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PETALING JAYA: Food delivery companies are experiencing brisk business as more people heed the call to stay safe at home.
UNSCRUPULOUS business operators who try to cheat by raising prices and offering inferior goods will result in the failure of the MyGrocer@Wilayah programme, says Federal Territories Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa during a visit to PPR Air Panas in Setapak on Saturday (Oct 24).
PUTRAJAYA: Police nabbed 481 individuals for breaching standard operating procedures (SOPs) such as not wearing face masks and not practising physical distancing while out in public.
PUTRAJAYA: The standard operating procedures (SOPs) for the sub-district of Klang which was earlier placed under conditional movement control order (MCO) have been cancelled, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
PUTRAJAYA: Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya folk have been assured that activities in the economic, business and industrial sectors can operate during the conditional movement control order (MCO), which will be enforced starting today.
PUTRAJAYA: Dining-in at restaurants and hawker centres, public transport services and e-hailing will be available for residents of Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya despite the conditional movement control order (MCO) that will be enforced starting Wednesday (Oct 14).
PUTRAJAYA: Four red zones – Klang in Selangor as well as Sandakan, Papar and Tuaran in Sabah – will be off limits from tomorrow as a conditional movement control order (MCO) comes into force to contain Covid-19 cases.
KUALA LUMPUR: Three months after Selangor banned foreign workers from working in wet markets, traders are renewing calls to lift the ban as plans to replace foreign labour with local workers have not been successful.
PHNOM PENH -- Cambodia on Friday lashed out at two U.S. politicians for interfering in the country's domestic affairs after they called for the release of jailed activists.
Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s fourth wave ‘could be the worst yet’ as city aims for enough Covid-19 vaccine shots to cover double city’s population
HONG KONG, Sept 18 (SCMP): Government reserves HK$8.4 billion for vaccine procurement as it unveils strategy for warding off potential fourth wave of coronavirusMinisters fear next rush of Covid-19 cases could be the worst the city has ever seen