Aid sought for Malaysian artistes affected by Covid-19 pandemic


Persatuan Karyawan Malaysia is hoping there will be some sort of assistance from the government to the working people in the entertainment industry as their livelihood has been put on hold. Photo: Stock image from Pexels.com

Persatuan Karyawan Malaysia hopes there will be some form of assistance from the government for the working people in the entertainment industry, as their livelihood has been put on hold due to the spread of Covid-19.

Freedie Fernandez hopes the government will be looking into providing some financial aid for artistes. Photo: FilepicFreedie Fernandez hopes the government will be looking into providing some financial aid for artistes. Photo: FilepicPresident of Karyawan, Datuk Freddie Fernandez, issued a press statement applauding the move taken by the government to contain the worrying situation, while highlighting the plight of certain artistes, especially those who work at premises like clubs, restaurants and hotel..

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