Most M’sians okay with longer MCO

PETALING JAYA: Almost half of Malaysians are willing to abide by the movement control order (MCO) should it get extended once again, a survey revealed.

A poll by international agency YouGov Omnibus found that 46% of the 1,105 Malaysians surveyed said they were willing to abide by the MCO should this be indefinitely extended – as long as it would take to combat the spread of Covid-19.The survey, which was provided to The Star, showed that about a quarter said they were willing to abide by the extension for another two weeks while 15% had no issue with the MCO being extended even for another month.

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