MCO extended to April 14
PUTRAJAYA: The government has decided to extend the movement control order ( MCO ) for another two weeks until April 14, says the Prime Minister.Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said he was given a briefing by the National Security Council and Health Ministry and the trend showed new Covid-19 positive cases had spiked. "The trend is expected to continue for a while before we can see the number of new cases reported decline. "The government is of the opinion that the movement control order should continue. "In line with this, the government have decided to extend the MCO until April 14. I am informing you on the extension earlier so that the people can be prepared," he said Muhyiddin said it was important to stop Covid-19 infections and the strategy can be a success if the people are not exposed to the virus through daily interactions. As at noon Wednesday, 172 new Covid-19 positive cases were reported, bringing the cumulative cases to 1,796. The Prime Minister noted that in the past week alone, 673 new cases were reported. "The public must be.mentally and physically prepared to stay at home for a reasonably longer period of time," he said. The Prime Minister said those who had left for their respective hometowns need not rush back to Kuala Lumpur or other cities at the end of this week. Students who are scheduled to return to hostels also need not do so and offices that are closed need not resume operation. "Please stay calm and don't panic. Even though we have extended the movement control order (MCO), you don't have to unnecessarily stock up on food because the supply is sufficient. I assure you that there is enough food for everybody. "I know you feel burdened but I don't have a choice. I have to extend the MCO for your own safety," he said. Article type: free Read more: The Star
Lakukan yang terbaik YAB PM Hidup pun sudah, Tak hidup pun susah Cabinet ministers when vil get pay cut? What u waiting for? Gg 😩😩😩 Good luck Malaysia Fml You guys, he is doing a pretty good job considering.... It's going to be tough, but it's the only way.
MCO extended until April 14 | The Malaysian InsightPM says he is announcing extension early so that 'you can prepare'.
Thanks for informing earlier. As Malaysian we fully support. Hopefully no panic buying. Let's keep praying for our nation 🙌 alamak 😭😭😭😭😭
MCO extended 2 weeks to April 14Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin makes another passionate plea to Malaysians to abide by the movement control order. FMTNews MCO movementcontrolorder Malaysia Extend 2Weeks Decades of keeping the kampung folks dumb, barely educated and reliance on the government generosity has finally come back to bite the Malay political elites in their overpriced and branded posteriors. Good focking luck educating these bumpkins on the importance of MCO now.
14 held throughout MCO, three chargedKUALA LUMPUR: Since the Movement Control Order ( MCO ) came into force, 14 people have been held in connection with various offences related to the stay-at-home order.
Courts record 14 remand cases for breach of MCO | The Malaysian Insight3 each in Penang, Perak and Kedah; 2 in KL; and, 1 each in Negri Sembilan, Johor and Selangor.
Najib's 1MDB trial to resume on April 1 if no extension of MCOThe trial, which was supposed to commence on March 19, was adjourned in compliance with the MCO . Hope its not April fools for us Bossku saved by pandemic
Najib’s 1MDB trial to resume April 1, if MCO not extended | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, March 24 — The trial of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on corruption and money laundering charges, involving RM2.3 billion in 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) funds, will resume on April 1. Senior Deputy Public Prosecutor Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram, who... Bolehlah datuk releks skit....