Since politicians think the standard operating procedures are a joke, Purwaiz Alam joins in to have some fun.
Government services are requesting Malaysians to make appointments before going to the offices to avoid overcrowding, but not everyone follows the rules.
Plantation, Industries and Commodities Minister Datuk Dr Khairuddin Aman Razali has been taken to task for breaking quarantine rules that have seen other Malaysians jailed and slapped with fines. If he was wearing the mandatory pink wristband, why was he allowed in Parliament?
Datuk Lee Chong Wei’s virtual challenges will allow fans to win 12 unique medals which when combined, will form a shuttlecock while the 12 event T-shirts will commemorate each of his 12 Malaysia Open title wins.
The lack of physical distancing was evident among those present, including several MPs, at the Kuala Lumpur Court Complex this morning as they lent their support to Lim Guan Eng who insists his corruption charge is “baseless”.
As Malaysians grapple with Covid-19, mental health advocate Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye says the government must do more to address suicide and mental health issues as a result of the pandemic.
After eating like there was no tomorrow (well, it didn’t seem like there would be) during the Movement Control Order (MCO), Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis signed up to be tortured by Darren Wong and his crew from Puchong USJ Fit Club.
With many countries experiencing the second wave of Covid-19, we still have anti-maskers who feel it is an infringement of their rights to wear the masks.
Agnes Carlier, who has attended every Formula One race since 1983, says Covid-19 may mar her record as she hopes for people to stay vigilant and safe.
Long queues outside the Bangladeshi High Commission Passport Service Centre have been the norm all these years. But now it is striking fear in the locals in Ampang who see it as a Covid-19 time bomb.
It’s nice to shake hands and hug each other to strengthen bonds but some have forgotten that we’re fighting a pandemic. Stop all that and wear your face masks in public or the lockdown may be re-imposed, “warns” Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
Two Malaysians living in Singapore welcome the decision to reopen the border between the countries but cautioned those travelling need to keep an eye out on the number of cases.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis wonders if a second wave may hit Malaysia as many premise operators seem to have a ‘tidak-apa’ attitude when checking temperature, using faulty digital thermometers or ensuring people scanned or pen down their details before entering.