Traffic builds up on Johor Causeway after PM announces movement control order (updated)

  • Nation
  • Monday, 16 Mar 2020

The view from the Woodlands checkpoint towards Johor, as seen on the Onemotoring website.

JOHOR BARU: Traffic on the Johor Causeway started to build up an hour after Malaysia imposed a movement control order following the rise in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Footage of the Johor Causeway on Singapore-based website Onemotoring as of 11.28pm on Monday (March 16), showed that the jam has started to build towards the Woodlands checkpoint in Singapore. It only cleared more than an hour later.

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