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WITH Covid-19 not disappearing anytime soon, it really concerns me that there are people casually walking about without face masks.
SENAI: Absent-minded travellers have left behind a treasure trove of items, including watches, jewellery, accessories, belts, mobile phones, spectacles, bags and wallets, at Senai International Airport over the years.
JOHOR BARU: The widow of one of the first casualties of Covid-19 in Johor is gearing up to continue their business after receiving some startup aid from non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
JOHOR BARU: The state government is taking strict measures to contain the spread of Covid-19 among foreign workers and will come down hard on employers who do not cooperate and get them tested for the virus before allowing them to come back to work.
JOHOR BARU: More than 100,000 applications for the Covid-19 Prihatin Screening Programme (PSP Perkeso) were filed in the state.
THOSE in need of specialist treatment, including dental work, can continue seeing doctors at all government hospitals and health clinics in Johor.
JOHOR BARU: People in need of medical specialist and dental treatments need not worry as they can continue seeing doctors at all government hospitals and health clinics statewide during the conditional movement control order (MCO).
JOHOR BARU: Malaysians especially senior citizens and pregnant mothers, have been advised to seek help from the Malaysian High Commission in Singapore to provide transportation across the Johor Causeway.
The enhanced movement control order (MCO) for Kampung Sungai Lui in Hulu Langat may have been lifted but residents still have to stay home, says Kampung Batu 21,22,23 and 24 village head Mohd Razak Jalaludin.
MUSLIMS in Penang can perform Aidilfitri prayers at their homes during the movement control order period with or without a sermon according to ability and appropriateness, said Penang mufti Datuk Seri Dr Wan Salim Wan Mohd Noor.