2 States Decides To Delay Implementing CMCO

With Malaysia heading into recovery mode as explained by the Deputy General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham, the Prime Minister in his Labour Day speech announced the easing of the Movement Control Order towards commerce. While the whole country embraced the CMCO effective May 4, two states decide to continue with the restriction. Kedah and Sarawak, […]

Grab Is Fully Operational & Will Continue To Support The Community

*The following is written by Sean Goh, Country Country Head of Grab Malaysia It’s been several difficult weeks for Malaysians, and the announcement to restart the economy has been long anticipated. But what does it mean for our community of merchants, drivers, delivery partners and users in Malaysia? First and foremost, all our Grab services […]

Kim Jong Un Is Alive, Visits Shit Factory In First Public Appearance

Only North Korean leader Kim Jung Un can pull off a stunt by missing for a while, have the world wonder where the statesman has gone and reappear weeks later at a shit factory. The man has a weird sense of humour. Its State media published pictures Saturday of leader Kim Jong Un making his […]

Singapore Easing Circuit Breaker, Haircut And Other Services Can Soon Resume

Singapore will ease some of the tighter circuit breaker measures progressively, allowing gradual resumption of selected activities and services from May 5, according to the republic’s Multi-Ministry Taskforce on COVID-19 today. This is following that the Island-state has seen a significant decrease in community transmission over the past month. “The average daily number of new […]

Covid-19: MoH Reports 105 New Cases And No New Deaths

Today, the Ministry of Health have identified 105 new cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 6176 cases, with 1747 active cases as of May 2. 11 of the 105 new cases are imported, with the rest being local transmission cases. 116 new cases have recovered, bringing the total of recovered cases to […]

500,000 Application Received For City Return

Ever since the government announced the allowing the return for those who went back to their hometowns when the Movement Control Order was introduced, PDRM has received a staggering 500,000 applications despite the early hiccups. Cities like Kuala Lumpur will be opened for business as usual come May 4 with the Controlled Movement Control Order […]