Getting Malaysia back to work


Easing measures: Customers shopping for eggs at a supermarket in Shah Alam. The government has started relaxing measures under phase four of the MCO such as allowing two persons from a family to go out on errands and travel beyond 10km. — Bloomberg

EARLIER this week, the fourth extension of the movement control order (MCO) came into effect, and will last up to May 12.

The initial announcement of phase four of the MCO had many analysts saying that it would give rise to serious economic consequences.

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