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PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Officers in the Top Management Group of the Public Service have agreed to contribute to the Covid-19 Fund through deduction of Fixed Entertainment Allowance (ITK) for key posts in the public sector (Jusa).
PETALING JAYA: Employers who want to apply for the wage subsidy scheme targeted at small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can send in their applications to the Social Security Organisation (Socso) starting Thursday (April 9).
JOHOR BARU: Johor Immigration has been told to strictly adhere to the government’s latest decision that Malaysian workers returning from Singapore must first show proof of being cleared of Covid-19.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's parliament discussed a prisoner release law on Tuesday which aims to ease overcrowding in jails and protect detainees from the coronavirus, but which critics slam for excluding people jailed on terrorism charges in a post-coup crackdown.
TEHERAN: Iran plans to ease the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak restrictions next week, after being hit particularly badly by the pandemic, President Hassan Rowhani announced on Sunday (April 5) .
SHAH ALAM: Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Amirudin Shari and the state executive councillors will take a 50% pay cut while state assemblymen will give up 30% of their salaries for the Selangor Covid-19 Special Aid Fund.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish academics, journalists and rights groups are demanding that a planned release of tens of thousands of prisoners to stem the spread of the coronavirus should not exclude inmates whose only crime, they say, has been to challenge the authorities.
HULU LANGAT: A man detained by the police for loitering during the movement control order (MCO) tried to avoid the lockup by falsely claiming that he participated in the tabligh event at the Seri Petaling Mosque and was likely to be infected.
MANY of us would have seen pictures of US President Donald Trump signing the historic trillion-dollar coronavirus stimulus bill in a recent ceremony at the White House.
VIENTIANE: The Laos government said on Monday (March 30) that all international checkpoints will be closed for passengers exiting and entering Laos in its effort to contain the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. However, goods transport is still permitted.