The Week That Was: Tackling a pandemic

Redeeem your ePenjana credit from one of these e-wallet providers. — RONNIE CHIN/The Star

As the pandemic has made people more cautious about spending and leaving their homes, the government has announced a number of initiatives to ease their concerns.

One of them is ePenjana which grants RM50 e-wallet credit to eligible Malaysians from July 31.

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