MCO should be extended, say health experts

KUALA LUMPUR: The movement control order (MCO) should be extended for at least another two weeks or until new daily cases drop below 50, say health experts.

Third World Network senior researcher Dr Lim Chee Han said although the MCO had helped and the number of cases had not grown exponentially, he had not seen improvement.

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