An unemployed man was sentenced to three months in jail by the Malacca Magistrate’s Court on a charge of violating the MCO yesterday.
Private hospitals will be asked to treat Covid-19 infected patients if public intensive care units (ICU) are overwhelmed.
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.
About 4% of Malaysian hotel staff have been laid off due to the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, while 17% have taken unpaid leave and 9% received pay cuts.
All seven cleaners who are working at Teluk Intan Hospital have either gone for or are waiting to undergo Covid-19 tests.
The Cabinet has decided that two months’ salary of the prime minister, ministers and deputy ministers will be cut and donated to the Covid-19 Fund.
Petaling Jaya police have arrested 15 individuals in the past 24 hours for flouting the MCO.
Pet owners who intend to return to their hometowns during the extended MCO period should be fully responsible for the well-being of their pets.
Authorities say they crippled an operation selling face masks secretly to consumers at RM3.50 per unit, which is higher than the RM2 ceiling price.
Thousands of people driving to the island for work or to deliver goods got stuck in a traffic gridlock due to a roadblock set up near the Penang Bridge toll plaza.
Those empowered to enforce the MCO can use whatever means necessary, including force, to ensure compliance with the directive.
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.
More than three billion people have been asked to stay at home in almost 70 countries and territories as governments battle the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe.