Flouters of the movement control order will face a compound of at least RM1,000 from today.
Two labourers who were sentenced to three-month jail after they were caught fishing during the MCO to feed their families, were ordered to perform community service.
Malaysia for the second time this week recorded more recoveries from Covid-19 than new cases.
Malaysia’s richest man Robert Kuok Hock Nien loses US$3.2 billion of net worth as Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Albukhary drops from the latest Forbes’ 2020 Billionaires list.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was set to spend a second night in intensive care on Tuesday to help his fight against a coronavirus infection.
M Indira Gandhi today penned a heartfelt message to her abducted daughter Prasana Diksa, on what is her 12th birthday.
Malindo Airways Sdn Bhd (Malindo Air) is ceasing all flight operations effective this month, and has asked most of its employees to go on unpaid leave from April.
A man who assaulted a senior citizen with a helmet in a road rage incident last week was detained by police today.
Malaysians working in Singapore have been urged to stay on for two more weeks, if possible.
The Malaysian Association of Hotels today said it was not aware the government would only subsidise the stay of those under Covid-19 quarantine at a cost of RM150.
Facebook Inc's WhatsApp tightened message forwarding limits today, restricting users to sharing forwarded content one chat at a time.
The government says it will only subsidise hotel charges for quarantine purposes for up to RM150 a room.
Putrajaya only allowed Heineken to distribute its existing stock during the MCO period and not brew new beer.
Police have identified 55,000 close contacts of Covid-19 patients, including from the tabligh cluster.