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KOTA KINABALU: Authorities in Sabah are concerned that people are not maintaining social distancing due to long queues outside banks in the state.
SIBU: Residents here have been urged to strictly adhere to the movement control order (MCO) so that the town will not fall into the Covid-19 “red zone” classification, which denotes a high number of cases.
KUALA LUMPUR: Over 500 homeless people living in various parts of the city here were rescued from the streets and placed into shelters during the movement control order.
SIBU: A jobless man paid the price for hurting a security guard when he tried to rob him.
KOTA KINABALU: Health officials last week screened 1,600 of Pulau Gaya's population of between 5,000 and 6,000, and detected three positive cases of Covid-19, says Sabah Health Department director Datuk Christina Rundi.
KUALA LUMPUR: Residents living in public housing owned by Labuan Corporation will not need to pay their rent for six months.
KOTA KINABALU: A viral video of Pulau Gaya inhabitants landing in large numbers on the mainland in search for food said to be recent and in violation of the movement control order (MCO) is fake news, Kota Kinabalu City police chief Asst Comm Habibi Manjinji.
SIBU: Business at the central market here is so poor during this movement control order (MC) period that traders are forced to throw away rotten items such as vegetables and fish.
PETALING JAYA: Despite a movement control order (MCO) in place, many Malaysians continued with their favourite pastime – eating and hanging out at food courts and restaurants on the first day.
SIBU: Food and drink stalls at the central market here are still allowing customers to dine-in despite a nationwide ban that came into force today (March 18).