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KUALA LUMPUR: A liquor store here will face the music after it was found operating despite the movement control order (MCO).
PETALING JAYA: Business owners in Subang Jaya who continue to defy the movement control order (MCO) and operate as usual will risk having their licences revoked and slapped with hefty fines.
Local councils conduct checks to ensure hawkers, non-essential services obey movement control order.
RESTAURANTS in Putrajaya were asked to put away all their dining tables and chairs until March 31 to heed the movement control order (MCO) by the Government.
GEORGE TOWN: Several eateries and hypermarkets have placed markers on the floor to remind customers of the need to maintain a separation of at least a metre from the next person in the queue as part of efforts to facilitate social distancing.
CM: Those not providing essential services should stop operations.
SIBU: Police here have warned several coffeeshop operators who failed to comply with the movement control order.
KUANTAN: Come Saturday (March 21), all businesses in five Pahang districts must close from 7pm to 7am daily as an additional measure to curb the Covid-19 outbreak in the state.
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).
KUANTAN: The Pahang government, through its state level disaster management committee, has made several decisions in accordance with the movement control order.