Today is the 200th day of the Movement Control Order but instead of celebrating our success thus far, we are shuddering with the fear we could face another lockdown no thanks to blundering politicians and Covidiots who don’t follow the standard operating procedures.
Here’s proof of politicians defying the standard operating procedures (SOPs) as number of Covid-19 cases continue to increase in Malaysia.
Stepping out of retirement to become Kuala Lumpur’s 13th mayor, Datuk Mahadi Che Ngah has been described as qualified, hardworking and the right man for the job by former city mayor Tan Sri Ahmad Fuad Ismail.
While the authorities are not imposing a 14-day quarantine rule for those arriving from Sabah, several schools and offices have taken it upon themselves to ensure those who returned from Sabah do not enter their premises for at least two weeks.
Sabah medical practitioners fear the worst following spike in Covid-19 cases in the state.
Department of Statistics Malaysia Chief Statistician Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Uzir Mahidin says people will be allowed to take part in e-Census until Oct 6, on condition pre-registration invitation code is received by tomorrow.
Why are we cutting down the quarantine period for those flying in from Sabah? Haven’t we learnt anything from the Sivagangga cluster?
Taking the train to work is fun if you don’t have to go in at peak hours … but please ensure commuters do a check-in at the stations.
Efforts to clean up Klang River are starting to bear fruit but businesses, especially those dealing with fast-moving consumer goods, must recognise that their discarded products are major contributors to river pollution.
The Youth and Sports Ministry met representatives from the Malaysian Cycling Federation, cycling groups and government agencies to find ways to create a safer cycling environment.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s claim that he has the numbers to form a new government is not what the country needs right now with Covid-19 and the economy still dicey. Malaysia needs closure and it can be done through a general election, says Universiti Sains Malaysia’s Assoc Prof Dr Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk.
Camera traps set up by WWF-Malaysia have captured images of a female Malayan tiger and three cubs, signalling a message of hope for the critically endangered population.
Industry experts warn Malaysia, like many other developing nations, should start stocking up on vials, disposable syringes and needles even before buying Covid-19 vaccine to avoid possible worldwide shortage.