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IPOH: Hawkers and small traders who have registered with the local government are entitled to receive the special one-off RM500 aid given by the Perak administration, in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
IPOH: Most shops in the city have shuttered in response to the plea on Wednesday (March 18) by the Prime Minister for people to abide by the movement control order (MCO).
PETALING JAYA: Despite a movement control order (MCO) in place, many Malaysians continued with their favourite pastime – eating and hanging out at food courts and restaurants on the first day.
Many M’sians are being indifferent and going about their business as usual despite the movement control order in place to check the spread of Covid-19. It’s about time they took the order seriously and stayed home.
IPOH: The Perak government has come up with additional special aid for several targeted groups in view of the Covid-19 outbreak, says Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
MANY Malaysians don’t seem to get it. We are to stay at home, period. Instead the movement control order has led to many of us hitting the highways to balik kampung.
SIBU: Food and drink stalls at the central market here are still allowing customers to dine-in despite a nationwide ban that came into force today (March 18).
BANGKOK (Reuters): Thailand's economy grew at its weakest pace in five years in 2019 as exports and public investments slowed, adding pressure on the central bank to cut rates to shield South-east Asia's second-largest economy from the coronavirus epidemic.
GEORGE TOWN: The 49-year-old husband of the 41-year-old woman who was killed in an accident in Ayer Itam here on Tuesday (Feb 11) said his wife was heading to work when the incident occurred.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Authorities are still piecing together details of how a soldier killed at least 29 people and wounded dozens more in a rampage in and around the northeastern Thai city of Nakhon Ratchasima.