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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Having grappled with the Covid-19 pandemic for a year now, vaccines that promise to curb the transmission of the deadly coronavirus are finally available in Malaysia.
It is a worrying future for older blue-collar workers, many of whom face age discrimination.
The Covid-19 vaccine rollout promises good opportunities for those looking for work. But experts say more needs to be done for workers over 45 affected by Covid-19 job losses, especially those within the B40 group who face a challenge re-entering the workforce.
GEORGE TOWN: Perak Man – the oldest human skeleton discovered in Malaysia in 1991 – now has a face.
THE Top 40 Richest in Malaysia list for 2020 saw the entries of new tech billionaires from five companies, as they became beneficiaries of the China-United States trade tensions as well as a Covid-19 pandemic-induced electronic equipment demand surge, as lockdowns forced people to work from home.
GEORGE TOWN: After enjoying a brief respite during the movement control order last year, the water in Sungai Pinang has turned from brackish to “blackish” once again.
FRIDAY prayers and the daily obligatory prayers are allowed to be performed at all mosques and surau in Penang, but with only a certain number of congregation allowed, effective last Wednesday.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): "MCO, but not like MCO" - That is the perception of the general public on the movement control order, which is being implemented throughout the country, except in Sarawak.
Vaccines have helped save an immeasurable amount of lives throughout history. As a community, we all need to support and promote Covid-19 vaccination if we are to overcome the pandemic.