The police are trying to track down a woman, who has Covid-19 symptoms, after she allegedly ran away from Parit Buntar Hospital while undergoing a health screening.
Deadly virus of misinformation, be it advice to drink hot water to kill Covid-19 or a call to rejoice when workers are told to use their meagre retirement savings to save themselves.
New Health Minister Dr Adham Baba is facing the heat after spreading misinformation by suggesting that drinking warm water would prevent Covid-19 infection.
A voice clip spreading online claiming military personnel are permitted to use physical force to enforce the movement control order is false.
Police have denied that summonses are being issued to people for not travelling alone in their vehicles to purchase supplies.
IGP Abdul Hamid Bador has denied a viral message that police are planning to detain people who are outside without valid reason.
A member of the Felcra Board of Directors told the Sessions Court today that Bung Moktar informed the then finance minister to recommend Felcra to invest RM150 million in Public Mutual Unit Trust.
Pakatan hopes media will continue to be fair, and not report fake news.
Police are investigating a Facebook post that alleges a 50-year-old woman of becoming former prime minister Najib Razak’s second wife.
In a 57-minute episode of a Netflix investigative series Dirty Money, Najib Razak has maintained that it was Low Taek Jho who was responsible for the 1MDB scandal.