"Most people understand the reason behind the MCO."There are just a few who are bent on violating it and we have to act accordingly," he said Thursday (April 9).Separately, DCP Mohamad said police would tighten the implementation of the order and mount more roadblocks in Rembau if there were orders from the government after the Health Ministry discovered a new Covid-19 subcluster in the town.
Health director-general Datuk Seri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah on Wednesday (April 8) said the cluster was linked to the tabligh gathering at the Sri Petaling mosque.The sub-cluster, he said, was first detected when a few teachers at a school there were tested Covid-19 positive.
It later spread to several other locations in Rembau, such as Pedas, Pilin, Kundur and Batu Hampar.As of April 8, there were 27 patients identified as being Covid-19 positive.DCP Mohamad expressed hope that the people would take heed of developments in Rembau and take greater precautions to avoid being infected.Read more: The Star »
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Parliament, state assemblies must meet regardless of MCO, say law expertsThey say there could be video conferencing or a reduced number of participants so that social distancing can be observed. FMTNews Parliament Covid19
MCO: Five more roads to be closed in PJ starting April 10PETALING JAYA: Police will close five more roads in the district to enforce the movement control order ( MCO ) here. Desperate times call for desperate measures. Be glad it's not gone to EXTREME measures. Kudos to PDRMsia movementcontrolorder🇲🇾 trustnoone🚫
Govt deciding on ‘various options’ post-MCO, says Health D-G | The Malaysian InsightProposals will be made based on facts, not my personal opinion, Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah clarifies.
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