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INSTEAD of just watching the news about the Covid-19 pandemic taking over the world, many doctors, medical assistants and nurses have come forward in a time of crisis when their skills and knowledge are needed the most.
TRADERS at wet markets and food courts in Kuala Lumpur have been issued a stern warning by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to hire only foreign workers with proper permits from the Immigration Department. Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Nor Hisham Ahmad Dahlan reminded wet market traders and hawkers that they were not allowed to hire workers without documentation to work in their premises. “We are no longer going to tolerate this (practice) and will go all out to weed out illegals working in DBKL-owned premises, ” he said.
PETALING JAYA: Supply of vegetables in the Klang Valley and several states nearby have been affected following the temporary closure of several wholesale markets here and in the capital.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia reported 31 new Covid-19 cases, the lowest daily figure since the implementation of the movement control order (MCO) in the country.
PETALING JAYA: Active case detection is being carried out at the Kuala Lumpur Wholesale Market to track traders and close contacts of Covid-19 positive cases there.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia was nine days too late in acting on the Masjid Jamek Sri Petaling tabligh congregation, which accounts for close to 40% of the country’s 5,851 Covid-19 infections.
JOHOR BARU: Despite being “grounded” in their hometown since the movement control order (MCO) came about, some Malaysians are still cautious about travelling back to their out-of-state residence.
PETALING JAYA: Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah has acknowledged that there was overcrowding among the residents of Menara City One condominium in Kuala Lumpur when the ministry team was there to conduct mass testing for Covid-19.
PETALING JAYA: The overcrowding at Menara City One condominium during the Covid-19 tests conducted by the Health Ministry is a concern, says Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
JOHOR BARU: The state government has told Malaysians returning from Singapore to plan their traveling time well to avoid waiting for a long time at the checkpoints.