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BUSINESS at the two remaining old-fashioned bakeries in the older part of Johor Baru city has plummeted because of the Covid-19 pandemic and movement control order.
THE public do not have to stay away from the Tanjung Bungah market in Penang as a sanitisation exercise to disinfect the market has been carried out after a hawker tested positive for Covid-19.
The streets of Johor Baru city centre, once abuzz with business activities and visitors from across the border, are now dotted with individuals who sit and wait for free food and handouts from generous passers-by.
TRADERS at the Taman Cheras morning market in Kuala Lumpur are suffering a double blow to their income after fake viral messages of a Covid-19 outbreak began circulating last week.
BUSINESS operators are bracing for a tough time dealing with the no dine-in policy during the second movement control order (MCO) period.
A majority of the people waiting for handouts in Johor Baru city centre are not actually homeless, but those who lost their jobs in Singapore and were forced to return to Malaysia due to the pandemic, says a state executive councillor.
THE Penang government is monitoring the distribution of aid to the poor during the movement control order (MCO) to ensure it is not disrupted.
TWO surau and a religious school in Subang Jaya were upgraded and repaired.