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Covid 19, Livelihoods

We shouldn't be afraid of pumping more money into the economy | New Straits Times

#NSTopinion #Covid19 will likely continue to devastate our #livelihoods in the months ahead. Hence, a #cash transfer to every person will be a lifeline.

20/9/2021 7:41:00 PM

NSTopinion Covid19 will likely continue to devastate our livelihoods in the months ahead. Hence, a cash transfer to every person will be a lifeline.

Black Tuesday (Oct 29) triggered the Great Depression in 1929. World gross domestic product ( GDP ) fell by about 15 per cent from 1929 to 1932, the largest economic crisis in the last 100 years.

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'Focus on public interests, economy during 3-day Sabah assembly sitting' | New Straits TimesKOTA KINABALU: Elected representatives have been told to make full use of the Sabah Legislative Assembly sitting this Sept 21-23, to debate the people's well-being and post Covid-19 economy.

Looking for better performance from new administration | New Straits TimesNSTopinion In just over three years, Malaysians are 'lucky' to have the luxury of experiencing four different governments. Administration Government Malaysia Now, the billion Ringgit question is, during which time did the country prosper and the Rakyat was taken care off? 🤔

New SOPs for the fully vaccinated at Sabah non-Muslim houses of worship | New Straits TimesNSTnation The Sabah government has updated the standard operating procedures (SOP) for non-Muslim houses of worship which will come into effect tomorrow (Sept 20). coronavirus covid19

Fully vaccinated returnees can apply for home quarantine via new portal tomorrow | New Straits TimesNSTnation Fully vaccinated Malaysians and foreigners returning from overseas will no longer have to send emails to apply for their home quarantine.

No logging activities at Gunung Jerai Forest Reserve [NSTTV] | New Straits TimesNSTnation Datuk Seri Takiyuddin Hassan said the area was not given approval for clearing through the implementation of the Annual Felling Ration (CTT) although 88 per cent of the site could be cleared. Read more:

Armed Forces to assist in students' vaccination drive | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: The Armed Forces has given its pledge to assist the Education Ministry to speed up the Back to School Covid-19 Vaccination Programme to ensure the smooth reopening of schools, including those within ATM camps and the Royal Military College (RMC).