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Working from home has become part of the new norm for many and although it comes with a list of clear benefits, it also has drawbacks. Finding a proper work life balance, suffering from cabin fever, lack of human interaction and being in a non-conducive work environment are just some…

Originally planned for a ten-day special, The Joke Factory's CMCO Bonanza has been extended to 9 November! As the name suggests, this is a comedy streaming offer in response to the Conditional Movement Control Order which was initially implemented until 27 October before being extended to next Monday.Essentially, with a…

With the unfortunate resurgence of COVID-19 cases in Peninsular Malaysia, the government has decided to reimplement the Conditional Control Movement Order (CMCO) in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Selangor for two weeks starting from 12.01am on 14 October, and will end on 27 October 2020. This comes after the Selangor district…

Key PointsCross-state travel allowedDomestic tourism approvedSalons, open markets, food trucks and religious centres can reopenCertain sports and other activities okayedSchools to resumeOn 5 June 2020, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin spoke about the government's economic rejuvenation plan, Pelan Jana Semula Ekonomi Negara (PENJANA), whose prominent points you can read…

Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin recently issued a statement saying that travelling back to hometowns to celebrate Hari Raya this year will not be possible as crossing state borders is strictly prohibited while the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) is in effect. Although many are saddened by this ruling,…

Staying safe from COVID-19 means we have to adapt to the 'new normal', which isn't so much a buzzword as it is a way of life for the time being. Social distancing should be practised for the sake of hopefully expediting the passing of the virus. With that in mind,…

Let’s face it – with the current pandemic and the ongoing Conditional Movement Control Order here in Malaysia, we’re all living in a reality that can get overwhelming at times – especially if you’ve got kids at home. Keeping them entertained (and ourselves sane) has become quite the challenge.Don’t despair…

Key PointsConditional reopening of socioeconomic sectors on 4 May 2020Social, public and cultural events are still not allowedEducational institutions to remain closedSOPs and details of unauthorised businesses are on the MKN websiteAuthorised businesses are allowed to operate with strict conditionsPublic transport companies must be prepared for crowdsAlternating work schedules and…

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