Mukhriz: Kedah will not implement conditional MCO on Monday (May 4)

ALOR SETAR: Kedah is the second state after Sarawak which will not implement the conditional movement control order (MCO) on Monday (May 4).

Kedah Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir (pic) said the implementation would be postponed until a decision is made by the state's Covid-19 special security committee meeting on May 5.

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