Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria says secretary-general Datuk Mohd Nazifuddin Najib’s court case over tax arrears doesn’t affect his position.
Purwaiz Alam laments the return of errant road users after more than three months. He likens them to the law-breaking Covidiots during the Movement Control Order.
The number of Covid-19 cases worldwide is growing out of control but Malaysia continues to record single-digit cases daily.
Covid-19 pandemic is a reminder that we must continuously adapt to the changing conditions in our education system.
Schools will fully reopen by July 22 with staggered starts but it will take time for students to understand SOPs.
Purwaiz Alam thinks he has become “rude” and anti-social as he finds it difficult to return to his pre-MCO lifestyle.
Former Malaysian Medical Association president Datuk Dr N.K.S. Tharmaseelan urges Malaysians not to be alarmed over the rise in dengue, malaria and Japanese Encephalitis cases amid the ongoing Covid-19 fight.
As the Movement Control Order hits 100 days, the people face a new struggle – getting back on their feet. Purwaiz Alam applauds Malaysians for what the country has achieved so far in fighting the Covid-19 scourge.
Cinema operators welcome the government’s decision to reopen cinemas from July 1 but are still waiting for seating guidelines.
Seniors in the Klang Valley say it has been tough staying indoors for over three months but agree it’s better to be safe than sorry as the race to find a vaccine for Covid-19 continues.
PKR’s leadership will meet tomorrow to make its stand on its prime minister candidate, as PKR secretary-general Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail reveals Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad wants to be PM9 for 12 months.
Education Ministry assures parents that guidelines set by the government will ensure students are safe in schools.
Goodbye for now as ‘The MCO Diaries’ takes a break from its daily Movement Control Order coverage with the great news there are only seven new Covid-19 cases today.