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CMCO Extends To 14 April & Offices Can Operate In Full Capacity

The areas under CMCO are Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Johor, Penang, and Sarawak.But Sarawak will end its CMCO status earlier on 12 April, reported Free Malaysia Today.Ismail added that eight states and two federal territories will be placed under the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) during the first two weeks of April.The eight states and two federal territories are:- Sabah- Perak- Pahang- Terengannu- Melaka- Perlis- Putrajaya- Labuan- Kedah- Negeri SembilanHowever, two […]

today30 March 2021

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No More States Under MCO And Interdistrict Travel Permitted Starting 5 March

During a press conference today, 2 March, he said that Penang, Selangor, Johor, and Kuala Lumpur will be under Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) starting 5 March. Previously, these states were under the Movement Control Order (MCO). Kedah, Kelantan, Negeri Sembilan, Sarawak, and Perak remain under the CMCO while Melaka, Pahang, Terengganu, Sabah, Putrajaya, Labuan, and Perlis will be under the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO).

today2 March 2021

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Minister Urges People To Start Tourism Activities In CMCO And RMCO Areas

According to The Star, Ismail Sabri said that attractions in states under the CMCO can only accommodate visitors up to 50% of the usual capacity while tourist and cultural attractions in RMCO areas can have more visitors as long as physical distancing is practised.On 23 February, the minister further clarified that Putrajaya has never instructed hotels to close following the implementation of the movement control order (MCO), as reported by […]

today26 February 2021

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Ismail Sabri: No More 2-Person Limit For Dine-Ins And Car Passengers In MCO Areas

Subscribe to our Telegram channel for our latest stories and breaking news. Dine-ins at eateries will no longer be limited to two persons per table starting Friday, 19 February, according to an announcement made by Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob today It will be based on table sizes with a 1m distance between diners. Dine-in allowed in all MCO, CMCO and RMCO zones from tomorrow, subject to […]

today18 February 2021

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Shopkeeper Gives Customers Floor Cleaner Instead Of Hand Sanitiser

"Among the other offences detected were not wearing face masks, not registering customers who walk in, not preparing a customer registration logbook, and not limiting the number of customers going into the premise," he said.The police chief said that the authorities will continue to carry out Ops Pematuhan throughout the district to ensure the public, including shopkeepers, comply to all stipulated... Click here to read the full article. Source:

today4 November 2020

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Grandpa Checks In With Stamp, No Need Smartphone

With standard operating procedures (SOP) still in place under the Movement Control Order (MCO), everyone has to register themselves before entering a premise.It is easy for people with smartphones to use MySejahtera, while those with no smartphones will have to handwrite their information in logbooks provided.However, according to China Press Johor, 80-year-old Gan Hwee Loon, hailing form Kampung Sungai Sayong, found a quick and convenient way around both of that.He […]

today20 October 2020

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Dad’s Reunion With His 3 Daughters After Being Apart For 7 Months Will Leave You In Tears

He wears a face mask covering almost his entire face and brings along a small ladder as well as a bucket of tools to fix the air conditioner in the living room.At first, the children are doing their usual things at home; some are walking around the house, some are watching the television.However, after a while, the children — aged five, eight, and 10 — find something is amiss with […]

today16 October 2020

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BPN 2.0 Is Open For Registration. But Don’t Freak Out If Your Payout Is Less This Time

On 23 September, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced BPN 2.0, saying Putrajaya had allocated RM7 billion to give the cash aid to 10.6 million Malaysians.The allocation for the first BPN cash aid was RM10 billion. Therefore, it is obvious that there will be a drop on the total payout for each eligible recipient across the board.Here is the breakdown of the BPN 1.0 based on different categories: - B40 […]

today15 October 2020

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Malaysia Records Highest Number Of Recoveries To Date At 350 Discharged Patients Today

101 individuals are currently fighting for their lives in intensive care units (ICUs), while 32 individuals require ventilators.The country reported six new clusters as well, four of which are in Sabah:- Bah Kenangan Cluster, Selangor: one case- Penjara Jawi Cluster, Penang: three cases- Semarak Cluster, Sabah: 13 cases- Bina Cluster, Sabah: 10 cases- Sabindo Cluster, Sabah: four cases- Bestari Cluster, Sabah: two casesCheck out the quick overview of the COVID-19 […]

today13 October 2020