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WFH Order For CMCO Areas Doesn’t Apply To These Industries And Workers

According to Ismail Sabri, transportation services including public and express buses, e-hailing services, taxis, LRT, and food delivery services will be allowed to operate as usual under the SOPs."Police and armed forces personnel, employees of public transport companies, taxi drivers, e-hailing and delivery services are also not affected by the directive," he... Click here to read the full article. Source:

today21 October 2020

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Things You Need To Know About The Work From Home Order Implemented In CMCO Areas

In a statement, International Trade and Industry Minister Azmin Ali noted that workers in the public and private sectors, involving management and supervisory levels must work from home, in accordance to the National Security Council's orders. Only a maximum of 10% of employees in the managerial and supervisor level are allowed to work in the office. They must be those working in accounting, finance, administration, legal, planning, and information and […]

today21 October 2020

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MOH Advises All Industries Including Barbers To Delay Operations Amidst Extended MCO

Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah just announced that the Minister of Health (MOH) has advised all industries including hairdressers to delay operations within the next week Dr Noor Hisham said this during his daily press briefing regarding the COVID-19 numbers. According to him, industry operators can initiate planning, "but carrying it out should be delayed". The Health... Click here to read the full article. Source:

today11 April 2020

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Extended MCO Comes With Extra Freedom: Your Favourite Barbers & Dobi Can Open For Business

As many of us were expecting, Putrajaya on Friday announced Movement Control Order (MCO) to be extended until 28 April https://t.co/Qjq410Skcz pic.twitter.com/aqvrtxtrpDβ€” sarah (@thesarahchew) April 10, 2020 During a special address in Putrajaya, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin emphasised that the social distancing situation might... Click here to read the full article. Source:

today11 April 2020