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ROADSIDE stall traders operating outside the four markets in Jelutong, Ayer Itam, Jalan Perak and Pulau Tikus in George Town, Penang, have been allowed to resume their business today.
GEORGE TOWN: As the seventh week of the movement control order rolls in, authorities are desperate to keep one of Penang’s “hot” markets in order.
BOTH councils in Penang have received almost RM2mil from the state to do cleaning works in the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic.
SEVERAL signboards have been put up at strategic places all over the state to create awareness in the battle against the deadly Covid-19.
ELECTED Penang representatives promised to put the RM30,000 allocation given by the state government to good use.
PENANG has taken the fight against the deadly Covid-19 outbreak to another level with several initiatives and incentives launched for the benefit of all levels of society during the challenging times.
PENANG will become the first state in Malaysia to have a transit centre that provides shelter for the homeless.
THE public have been warned against consuming ice from unknown sources in view of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.
RESIDENTS of Penang Home for the Infirm and Aged were in high spirits when celebrating the Chinese New Year with Batu Lanchang assemblyman Ong Ah Teong and the Batu Lanchang Village Community Management Council (MPKK).