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NGOs Told Rules Restricting Their Food Aid Are for Their Safety

The government’s move to stop NGOs from sending aid directly to the needy is meant to safeguard their health against Covid-19.

Arrived: Test Kits from South Korea, More Medical Equipment from China

Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the new Covid-19 rapid test kits from South Korea have arrived and the Health Ministry is in the process of evaluating them.

Authorities Still Searching for 5,084 Unscreened Tabligh Attendees

The Health Ministry is still looking for 5,084 attendees of a tabligh event late last month to test them for Covid-19.

Mosques Not Adhering to MCO, Still Holding Congregational, Friday Prayers

There are still several mosques around the country that are disobeying the movement control order (MCO) by having their Friday prayers and sermons.

Nearly 400 MCO Violators Arrested in Last 48 Hours

No jogging even within gated communities.

11 Joggers, Mostly Expats, Arrested in Mont Kiara for Defying MCO

The police arrested 11 joggers of various nationalities, including two Malaysians, in Mont Kiara today for flouting the movement control order (MCO) currently enforced nationwide.

Jailed for Defying MCO

Violations in Kuala Lumpur, Seremban, Malacca and Penang.

Azwan Ali Fined RM17K for Insulting Covid-19 Frontliners

Azwan Ali was slapped with a RM17,000 fine by the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court today for uploading a post online deemed offensive to frontliners battling the Covid-19 outbreak.

31 People Arrested in Penang for Violating MCO

Penang police have arrested 31 people for not adhering to the movement control order (MCO) since March 18.

Annuar: Community Reps’ Services Terminated Due to Inactivity

Pakatan Harapan’s Federal Territories lawmakers today urged Annuar Musa not to terminate the services of Resident Representative Council members amidst the Covid-19 outbreak.

Malaysia’s Covid-19 Cases Breach 2,000 Mark

Number of new cases hits new record.

80 Health Workers Infected, but None Due to Covid-19 Patients

A total of 80 healthcare workers in 30 Health Ministry facilities have tested positive for Covid-19 as of this morning, but none of them handled infected patients.

If You Are Still Going Out for No Reason, Be Prepared...

Action will be taken against those who insist on leaving their home for no good reason during the MCO period.

Financing Lifeline from Bank Negara

Bank Negara Malaysia tonight has ordered an automatic six-month moratorium on all bank loans — except for credit card balances — for those affected by the Covid-19 outbreak.

Health Ministry Drops Covid-19 Rapid Test Kits Due to Inaccurate Results

Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah today cautioned that a 'rapid test kit' (RTK) being sold in the market could not help with the early detection of Covid-19.

Sudhagaran Stanley: Can My Backdoor PM Use RM250B Without Parliament’s Approval?

The big question of the legality of announcing the RM250 Billion Economic Aid Package.

Cash Handouts Under Prihatin Stimulus Package to Be Given out in Two Phases

The Bantuan Prihatin Nasional (BPN) cash handouts for low-income households worth RM10 billion will be disbursed in two phases based on the qualifying criteria.

NGOs Told Rules Restricting Their Food Aid Are for Their Safety

The government’s move to stop NGOs from sending aid directly to the needy is meant to safeguard their health against Covid-19.

Singapore Covid-19 Cases Surpass 800; Malaysians Among Infected

Singapore reported 70 new cases of Covid-19 on Saturday – its highest single-day tally – with four cases involving Malaysians who are Singapore Work Pass holders.

Perikatan Restores Funding for Opposition Seats

Perikatan Nasional has reallocated RM100,000 each to all opposition-held parliamentary constituencies.

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