In Young Voices this week, 12-year-old Eshana Devadass expresses, through her poem, how Covid-19 has impacted us and our freedom.
The Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) ends in Selangor today. Here’s a reminder of what Selangor folks can, and cannot do during Phase 1 of the National Recovery Plan.
Business leaders urged to stand up and voice out against the wrongs in Malaysia as more parties call on government to reassess its standard operating procedures and allay investors’ concerns. Entrepreneur Datuk Vinod Sekhar says economic leaders should be forthcoming with policy and decision makers to correct their missteps in running the country.
In Young Voices this week, Trix Tong, 13, wishes she can once again carry her schoolbag, walk into her school, and be greeted by the laughter of her friends.
Patrick Ho worked in advertising and media for nearly 30 years, but since the Covid-19 pandemic hit, he has taken on many jobs, including as a delivery service driver and selling durian to make ends meet.
In going through Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s statement on the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO), one is struck by the lack of a concrete plan to deal with the spike in workplace clusters. Even the current plan is not very convincing, writes Haris Hussain.
With schools closed and nowhere to go, 19-year-old student Leng Giat Yu puts her time to good use, earning some extra income for her family.
The government has backtracked on its earlier ruling and says that breweries are not allowed to operate during the total lockdown.
In Twentytwo13’s news highlights today, eyebrows were raised as to why Carlsberg is allowed to operate during the total lockdown. Tan Sri Limkokwing passes away, while civil servants give up their allowances for three months.
It has been a relatively quiet morning with smooth traffic in Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya and Ampang following the implementation of the total lockdown nationwide today.
The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry’s website crashed as business owners and workers rush to obtain approval letters ahead of the total lockdown tomorrow.
According to a statement by the Prime Minister’s Office, all sectors will not be able to operate except “essential economic and service sectors”.