Causeway, Second Link deserted as border crossing to S'pore shuts down


JOHOR BARU: The usually congested Causeway is now deserted with not a single vehicle in sight on Wednesday (March 18), the first day the movement restriction order (MCO) goes into effect in the country.

The bridge linking Johor Baru and Woodlands in Singapore is now completely void of traffic as the MCO prohibit the movement of Malaysians and foreigners in and out of the country.

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