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.
With Covid-19 cases on the rise, it doesn’t make sense having a general election anytime soon. The people’s well-being must take precedence, says Purwaiz Alam.
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.
No changes to M-League schedule despite spike in Covid-19 cases in Sabah but football guardians will have no qualms postponing the league again if situation worsens.
Why are we cutting down the quarantine period for those flying in from Sabah? Haven’t we learnt anything from the Sivagangga cluster?
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.
Representatives from Love Is Not Tourism Malaysia, a binational group which aims to reunite families separated due to Covid-19, has handed a petition to the Prime Minister’s Office requesting the consideration of a “sweetheart visa” to reunite families.
Love Is Not Tourism Malaysia’s online petition to reunite separated families and loved ones reached 10,000 yesterday. One of the prime movers, Khanusha Shereen Neesha, will submit the petition to the Prime Minister’s Office today, hoping the government will allow “sweetheart visas” so families and loved ones can be reunited.
A recent survey shows that nine of out 10 Malaysians prefer to work from home but Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan says workers cannot dictate how they want to get the job done.
Watching Sherlock Holmes on Astro shows nothing has changed when it comes to the high and mighty and elected officials who think they are above the law.
The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry is working on ways to encourage tourism in Malaysia, catering to foreign and domestic travellers, especially Singaporeans, while ensuring the safety of the rakyat and the visitors.