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SINCE the implementation of the “No-vaccination, No-entry” rule on Aug 1, some people have been denied entry into the Sibu Central Market for failing to furnish proof of vaccination against the Covid-19 disease.
JOHOR’s Covid-19 vaccination programme for economic frontliners, — the Johor Immunity Planning System (IMMUPlan) — is welcomed by many groups as it will increase the vaccination rate.
KUCHING: Sarawak should proceed with caution in entering Phase Three of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) to prevent any Covid-19 spike in the state, says the Dayak Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI).
THE Mersing District Council (MDM) has introduced a “Beli Lokal” programme to support small and medium enterprises (SMEs) which allows them to sell their products to the local community.
IPOH City Council has spent nearly RM1mil to clean up about 2,000 illegal dumpsites around the city.
PETTY traders wanting to apply or renew their licences must show proof that they have registered for the Covid-19 vaccination.
THE Johor government, through the Kota Tinggi district office, has set up 11 food banks, dubbed Gobok Rakyat Johor (GRJ), at all 11 sub-districts in Kota Tinggi.
PASIR Gudang City Council (MBPG) is calling for traders and hawkers in its jurisdiction to update their business profile for easier channelling of government aid.
Pengerang Municipal Council (MPP) wants traders and premises owners to ensure their operations comply with the standard operating procedure imposed by the National Security Council (NSC).
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The mobile community vaccination programme (Movak), which initially targeted petty traders, will expand its focus to residents of plantations and Selangor’s public housing projects (PPR), because cases are high and not coming down.