Deputy Health Minister & Other Politicians Allegedly Violated MCO, PDRM Will Take Action

A group of political party leaders, including Perikatan Nasional (PN) deputy minister and senior politicians, had allegedly violated the movement control order (MCO) as seen on an Instagram photo posted on the weekend. According to Malay Mail, Deputy Health Minister I Datuk Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali, Perak exco Razman Zakaria and their entourage were apparently distributing provisions and...

Deputy Minister Who Celebrated B’day Party Says It Wasn’t Planned, Nobody Meant To Break MCO

Hot on the heels of Health Minister Dr Adham Baba’s blunder, claiming that he had spoken to over 500 countries during a video conference, another Malaysian politician now battles with yet another fiasco after Deputy Rural Development Minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Mohamad was allegedly caught celebrating a birthday party and breaking MCO rules. Source: The...

JUST IN: Selayang Wholesale Market And Taman Seri Murni On Lockdown, Entrances Guarded With Barbed Wires

The Kuala Lumpur Selayang Wholesale Market and Taman Sri Murni in Selayang is currently under lockdown after suspected cases of Covid-19. The hawkers were blocked by the military starting 4am today. Currently, the whole area has been fenced by barbed wire according to reports by China Press. Source: Taman Sri Murni Selayang Source: Taman Sri Murni Selayang Source:...

Malaysia Now 4th in Southeast Asia For Covid-19, Overtaken By Singapore, Indonesia & Philippines

Just a little over a month ago, there was a huge spike in Covid-19 cases in Malaysia mostly due to the Tabligh gathering in Sri Petaling, making us the worst hit country in Southeast Asia. And for a long time, we had the highest number of cases in Southeast Asia as numbers grew by more...

8 Malaysian States Record ZERO Covid-19 Cases, Melaka Reports New Cluster Found

The Ministry of Health has recorded two-digit cases the past few days and of course, we Malaysians are quite happy with the news as the virus is showing signs of slowing down. Yesterday (19th April), the ministry has reported that there were 84 new Covid-19 positive cases, which brings the total number of active cases...

Health DG: 3 Important Factors Needs To Be Considered Before MCO Can Be Lifted

We’re Day 34 into the Movement Control Order and a thought in almost every Malaysian’s mind is “when this will end?”. However, it’s not that easy and three factors will have to be considered before the MCO can be lifted. Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said that life will not be the same...

German Family Would Rather Be Stuck in Malaysia Amidst Covid-19 Outbreak Than Return Home

A German family told reporters that they would rather be stuck in Malaysia during the Covid-19 outbreak than to return to their home country. According to NST, 50-year-old Ralf Nussbaum is one of the 36 foreign tourists who had been stuck on Pulau Kapas due to the movement control order (MCO) since 18 March. But now...

No Mercy For 3 Malaysians Who Played Golf During MCO, Fined RM1,000 & Jailed For 3 Days

Why can’t Malaysians just stay home? Three Malaysian men were caught playing golf at a golf club in Batu Gajah on Thursday (16 April) and were arrested for violating the movement control order (MCO). According to The Star, Low Teck San (68), Tan Chee Kean (59) and Eugene Wong (37) have been fined RM1,000 and sentenced to...

Our Agong Is Happy Everyone Is Working Together And Adhering To MCO Phase 3, Gives Thumbs Up

As the Movement Control Order (MCO) enters phase 3, rules have gotten stricter and authorities are sterner to ensure that no one violates the government authorised order. Our beloved Agong went on ground himself last night (16 April) to observe the traffic situation in Kuala Lumpur with the implementation of the third phase of MCO. An...

State Health Director: Two Hospitals In Sabah Have Been Identified As New Covid-19 Infection Clusters

Before this, we’ve just been hearing certain areas like Bangi or Sendayan becoming infection clusters. Unfortunately for the first time, two hospitals in Sabah have been identified as Covid-19 infection clusters. The two hospitals are Hospital Wanita dan Kanak-Kanak Sabah (HWKKS) and also Hospital Keningau. Source: Clinical Research Malaysia Berita Harian reported that State Health Director, Datuk Dr...