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MCO 3.0: Police to conduct 9 roadblocks in KL

The police planned to conduct nine roadblocks in the capital city and four in Putrajaya to monitor the compliance on standard operating procedures (SOP) and inter-district travel ban enforced by the government

Gold shops non-essential but jobs are – Alexander

Although they are non-essential economic activities, the government has allowed 38 types of businesses to operate during the Movement Control Order (MCO) to ensure job sustainability

MCO: Latest SOP for Selangor mosques, surau

The Selangor Islamic Religion Standing Committee has set a new standard operating procedures (SOP) for mosques and surau in six districts under the Movement Control Order (MCO)

MCO 3.0: Rail, buses under Prasarana to operate as usual

All rail transit and busses under Prasarana Malaysia Berhad (Prasarana) will operate as usual from 6.00 am until midnight during the Movement Control Order (MCO) that will be implemented beginning today in Selangor and tomorrow in Kuala Lumpur.

MCO in Kuala Lumpur too

The Ministry of Health (MOH) reported that 17 new Covid-19 clusters have been detected in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur from 1 until 27 April and its daily positive cases is also on an increasing trend.

All schools in Selangor to close from tomorrow onwards

All schools in Selangor have been ordered to close beginning tomorrow until the Aidilfitri holidays.

MCO returns to 6 districts in Selangor

Six districts in Selangor will be placed under the Movement Control Order (MCO) for two weeks beginning 6 until 17 May.

563,350 individuals completed 2 doses of Covid-19 vaccine

As on Monday (3 May), 563,350 individuals have completed two doses of Covid-19 vaccine injections through the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme (PICK).

Stricter MCO in Penang to curb Covid-19

Chief Minister of Penang, Chow Kon Yeow said that the state may implement a tougher Movement Control Order (MCO) soon.

RM50,000 compound is indeed too high – Ismail Sabri

Although it is not under his jurisdiction to set or reduce the amount of compound on those who violate the standard operating procedures (SOP), however, the RM50,000 fine on a burger seller in Kota Bharu is indeed too high