Labour Day: Hopes turning to rubble for construction industry workers

With construction sites closed during the MCO, many workers can't help being anxious about their future. Photos: Filepic

For Jimmy Lee, 37, life really came to a standstill when the movement control order (MCO) was enforced.

Lee, who works for a construction company, runs a few residential and commercial projects in the Klang Valley and outstation.

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