NSTnation Operators of salons and self-service laundromats, and optometrists are relieved that they are allowed to continue business operations under the new Movement Control Order ( MCO ). coronavirus covid19
Kedah MB was buying food and not going for a test drive, claims aide
ALOR SETAR: The political secretary to Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor denies that the Kedah Mentri Besar violated standard operating procedures (SOP) during the lockdown by going for a test drive here on Saturday (June 5).
Ultimately no Hari Raya celebrations & gatherings.....that’s all. Govt’s so called strategy to curb Covid
MCO 3.0: Blanket loan moratorium may not be the best solution, says BNM | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: A blanket loan moratorium may not be the best solution for borrowers following the re-imposition of the Movement Control Order ( MCO ) nationwide; instead they should approach banks to help them meet their debt obligations, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) said.
Primas urges govt to allow dine-ins during MCO 3.0 | New Straits TimesNSTnation Indian Restaurant Owners Association (Primas) is urging the government to allow dine-ins in areas under the Movement Control Order ( MCO ). No.. thats why kes nda turun2..
Amiruddin: No dine-ins, bazaars in six MCO districts; schools closed state-wide | New Straits TimesSHAH ALAM: There will be no bazaars in the six districts in the state which have been put under Movement Control Order until May 17 from tomorrow. Good. The children need to find solace after that rape joke furore.
Experts divided over impact of MCO 3.0 | New Straits TimesThe implementation of the Movement Control Order ( MCO ) in Kuala Lumpur and several districts in Selangor and other parts of the country has elicited mixed reactions from health experts on the effectiveness of this new round of Covid-19 mitigation measures. “Please let the rakyat continue to jog, cycle or do any other outdoor sports for the sake of our physical and mental health,” said infectious diseases expert Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman.
Brickfields cops to monitor MCO movement on major roads | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: The Brickfields Police here will set up a Covid-19 Monitoring Compliance Team to check and control major roads and several frequented spots following the implementation of the Movement Control Order ( MCO ) Kuala Lumpur which began today.