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KOTA KINABALU: Restaurant owners and workers should not eat in eating areas for customers during the movement control order period as this is considered dining in, says Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Hazani Ghazali.
PETALING JAYA: It is day two of the lockdown, but there is still confusion, especially at roadblocks.
Authorisation letters issued for work-related travel by relevant ministries valid on their own, say police
PETALING JAYA: The individual authorisation letter issued by the relevant ministries or departments are valid on their own for work-related travel, says Bukit Aman Internal Security and Public Order Department’s “SAC operations” Senior Asst Comm MV Srikumar Nair.
BUTTERWORTH: The management of a factory producing helmets is in hot water after it continued to run its operations during the nationwide lockdown.
THE daily operations in the electrical and electronics (E&E) industry are not affected by the lockdown with most companies getting their approval letters promptly.
GEORGE TOWN: A company specialising in the calibration of pharmaceutical equipment will have to remain closed until they get the green light from the government to operate during the lockdown.
PETALING JAYA: The individual authorisation letter issued by the relevant ministries or departments are valid on their own for work-related travel, says Bukit Aman Internal Security and Public Order Department’s (Operations) Senior Asst Comm MV Srikumar Nair.
PETALING JAYA: Farmers are having trouble getting their approval letters through the Covid-19 Intelligent Management System, says the Malaysia Federation of Vegetable Farmers Association.
GEORGE TOWN: Some 800 laboratories in the country are in a bind as they have not been given clearance by the International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) to operate during the lockdown.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia calls for immediate action on the distress faced by some private healthcare workers who are not considered as essential services by security forces manning roadblocks and public transport stations during the lockdown from June 1 to 14.