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    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…

    Key PointsThe MCO is extended to 12 May 2020Students at campuses may be allowed to return soonPossible one-time travel authorisation for those who want to return homeConditional reopening of some sectors of the economy is being contemplatedEconomic revival plans are in the worksOn the evening of 23 April 2020, Malaysian…

    With plenty of isolation to go around right now, a huge chunk of the human population is spending unprecedented amounts of time at home. There's always something to do though, and one of the favoured ways to deal with the dreary spells of idleness in the day is by embracing…

    Just because you're asked to remain indoors as much as possible now thanks to COVID-19, and supermarkets feature shortened business hours with mostly essential items for sale, it doesn't mean that you can't get almost anything you need – or indeed, want – during the course of the ongoing Movement Control Order…

    So you’re complying with the Movement Control Order (MCO) by staying at home, but what do you do when hunger makes its inevitable visit? Unless you’re in your element in the kitchen and just love cooking up a storm, you might want to order something online.Certain restaurants and food chains,…

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