Selangor will receive Covid-19 vaccines in phases by end of June as part of its Selangor Covid-19 Vaccination Programme, with priority given to the elderly and factory workers. Also, in Twentytwo13’s new highlights today, Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman slapped with RM1,500 compound, and RM8.6 million worth of drugs seized in Pasir Mas.
Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah says Selangor has a population of 6.5 million and is shocked to hear that only some 615,000 doses had been given to the state. Also, in Twentytwo13’s news highlights, LRT crash report to be presented to Cabinet tomorrow, and government agencies to go cashless next year.
Schools in Selangor to shut tomorrow as six districts will be placed under the movement control order. Ramadan bazaars in MCO areas will end, starting Saturday. Also in our news round-up today, KL to be placed under MCO starting Friday while Khairy Jamaluddin says slow Covid-19 vaccine supply may disrupt the nation’s immunisation programme.
Can Selangor’s water woes be solved if ministers queued up with pails in hand the next time there’s a cut? Most probably, but that’s just a fairytale.
Bicycle sales picked up when the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) took effect on May 4 as the people were fed up of being cooped up at home. Meanwhile, Agong postpones meeting with Umno, DAP and Amanah leaders.
Taljit Kaur, wife of Santokh Singh, shares her love story and life with the legendary footballer.
Why wasn’t the Klang Valley derby between Selangor and Kuala Lumpur moved to another date when the World Cup fixtures were known way in advance?