Stricter MCO for Penang


All quiet: Despite it being lunch time, a restaurant in Taman Sahabat, Teluk Kumbar, Penang hardly has any customers. — ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

BALIK PULAU: Parts of Penang are back under a stricter movement control order (MCO) as Covid-19 cases threaten to flare up.

After more than 100 days of “Covid-free bliss”, the local authorities are on the alert again and both city councils have tightened measures in several parts of the state after new cases began sprouting up in the community.

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