Split over easing of MCO


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  • Sunday, 03 May 2020

PETALING JAYA: From ordinary folk to consumer groups, Malaysians have diverging views about the conditional movement control order (MCO) that starts tomorrow.

Fomca chief executive officer Datuk Dr Paul Selva Raj (pic) said it was time to revive the economy and reopen sectors while keeping Covid-19 at bay.

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