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IPOH: The Federal Government should consider hiring unemployed people, including graduates and those who lost their jobs, to expand its number of frontliners to curb the spread of Covid-19.
GEORGE TOWN: Another movement control order will have a devastating effect on industries, says a free trade zone association.
LIVING right next to Sri Aman market complex had been a boon for food stall operators who simply walked over to their businesses there daily but it is a different story now.
PUTRAJAYA: The lifting of travel restrictions allows for movement to almost anywhere with the exception of areas that are under the enhanced movement control order (MCO).This means that travelling from areas under conditional MCO to another area under the same order is allowed.
GEORGE TOWN: Confusion reigned among residents in two areas placed under the enhanced movement control order, with dozens thinking it is still business as usual.
RESIDENTS in enhanced movement control order (MCO) areas are advised to strictly abide by the standard operating procedures (SOP) during the lockdown period.
MOST residents in Paya Terubong and Batu Uban who are going under the enhanced movement control order (MCO) in Penang island have stocked up on household supplies. Many were seen rushing to the markets and shops to buy necessities.
GEORGE TOWN: They have spring-cleaned their shops and are now awaiting for a fresh start to their business now that the conditional movement control order has been lifted here.
Targeted EMCO: Roadblocks, checkpoints to be set up at Jalan Paya Terubong flats, Desa Bistari Apartments from Dec 7-20
GEORGE TOWN: Roadblocks and checkpoints will be set up at the Jalan Paya Terubong flats and Desa Bistari Apartments from Dec 7 to Dec 20 as both places will be placed under a targeted enhanced movement control order (MCO)
GEORGE TOWN: Tourism operators cheered as if the fog had suddenly lifted upon hearing that Penang will enter the recovery movement control order tomorrow. The timing could not be better, said Penang Tourist Guides Association vice-president Clement Liang.