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THE Covid-19 outbreak has had a profound impact on communities in Malaysia and in most countries around the world.
FOOD businesses were among the first to offer their services online as soon as the movement control order (MCO) was imposed.
The government’s move to rescind its decision to allow barbers as well as hair and beauty salons to operate during the third phase of the movement control order (MCO) from April 15 to 28 has had some taking matters into their own hands at home.
JOHOR BARU: With the infectious nature of the Covid-19 virus, personal protection equipment (PPE) like face mask, gloves and hand sanitiser are a must-have accessory for anyone leaving the home.
BARBED wire at Taman Wilayah and Taman Desa Bakti in Selayang as well as Jalan
PETALING JAYA: While most students across the country rejoiced at the news of them being allowed to return home, not all chose to return to their loved ones.
GEORGE TOWN: The Malaysian Buddhist Association (MBA) has prepared two series of online programmes for all devotees to celebrate Wesak Day in their respective homes concurrently following the cancellation of the annual Wesak Day celebrations due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
IPOH: The Perak Coffeeshop Association is requesting for the government to share at least half the cost of Covid-19 testing for foreign workers.