Federal gazette limits travel to 10km of home
This applies to those heading out to buy food and essentials, seek healthcare services.
Malaysian workers in Singapore stuck again
Malaysia extends movement-control order for 2 weeks, making daily commute impossible for Johor folk crossing Causeway.
20 Malaysians attended India tabligh event where dozens have Covid-19
The Times of India reports that at least 30 people who attended the event have been infected and 3 have died.
Civil service saves gaffe-prone Perikatan cabinet
Some leaders have been criticised for their “political stunts” during the MCO.
List of essential services cut to 10
Fire services, production and other activities related to supply and distribution of fuel among those dropped.
150 Malaysians used tourist visa to attend tabligh event in India
2,000 foreigners broke rules after taking part in Tablighi Jamaat movement’s work across India, reports Hindustan Times.
Muhyiddin is new Khazanah chairman
Finance minister made a board member; Mohammed Azlan Hashim returns after quitting in 2018.
Malaysia can’t avoid partial lockdown, says Dr Mahathir
Former PM warns of terrible fallout from Covid-19, urges rational thinking.
Rosmah’s graft trial to restart April 15
Defence will continue cross-examining ex-ministry sec-gen in solar hybrid project case.
Several roads in Klang to close from tomorrow
Public advised to comply with movement control order and use alternative roads.
Popular this Week
Menara City One cases linked to tabligh event, says Health D-G
Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah says samples currently being taken from condo residents.
Women’s ministry says sorry for controversial MCO tips
A statement from the ministry says certain tips shared were unsuitable and stoked the sensitivities of certain quarters.
Daulat, a thriller that mirrors Putrajaya's power struggles, to air online for free
Film to premiere on iFlix on April 6, with no scenes censored.
Migrant workers abandoned amid Covid-19 control
Many stuck in kongsi, workplaces as they fear arrest after bosses ‘disappear’ from the scene.
Observers slam vote-fishing attempts during crisis
They say Malaysian voters now mature enough to know that aid comes from taxpayers, not politicians.
Things won’t be the same post-MCO, say restaurateurs
Some may have to shut down, others downsize or diversify as consumer behaviour no longer the same.
6 tweaks to stimulus plan or businesses will go bust, suggests body
Faster approval to operate essential services, EPF contributions, loans among key issues Putrajaya must address, says chamber of commerce.
Tighter controls spell doom for more eateries
Restaurants, supermarkets only allowed to open between 8am-8pm as fight to contain Covid-19 continues.