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Health,
Published 19.06.2020 08:18
Malaysia eased its Covid-19 restrictions from June 10 to allow domestic travel, social activities and reopen schools.
The measures were under the “recovery movement control order” phase until August 31. Non-contact sports aside from water sports are allowed but entertainment outlets remain shut.
Unemployment,
Published 19.06.2020 05:19
Malaysia has launched a fourth economic stimulus package valued at $8.2 billion (RM35 billion), aiming at checking unemployment.
The plan includes wage subsidies extension from three months to six months. Up to 200,000 jobless and younger Malaysians will also be benefited.
Unemployment,
Published 12.06.2020 14:27
In Malaysia, durian traders turn to online sales to overcome coronavirus impacts.
Durian is a big fruit with a strong smell, really appreciated in  in Southeast Asia, where it is considered “King of Fruits”. The durian traders were unable to sell the fruit directly to people during the pandemic. Since the demand continue for the online sales have brought some energy to…
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Published 23.06.2020 08:38
Saudi Arabia bans international pilgrims from attending Mecca this year due to the pandemic.
Saudi authorities explained it would be a “very limited” hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, which is scheduled to begin on July 28. Only some people from different nationalities living in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to attend. Previously goverments from Malasya, Brunei, and Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim-majority country,…
Inclusion,
Published 09.06.2020 14:30
In Malaysia, durian traders turn to online sales to overcome coronavirus impacts since they are unable to take the fruit directly to people.
Continuing demand for the fruit has brought some energy to the industry.
Health,
Published 04.06.2020 17:34
Malaysia’s first integrated Covid-19 testing platform is launched by Qualitas Medical Group and Scicom.
Qualitas is a tech and business process outsourcing company. The platform is called Covid-19-MY-Screening, which is used for helping employees and employers to manage all Covid-19 screening requirements prior to resuming the employees’ work duties.
Lockdown,
Published 26.05.2020 12:23
In Malaysia, online delivery service FoodPanda donated RM 200,000 (€42,170) to Zoo Negara.
The donation will go to keep the operation of the zoo and supply food for animals.FoodPanda Malaysia’s managing director Sayantan Das said this was an initial step to help ease the difficult situation of the zoo.
Health,
Published 27.04.2020 17:46
In Malaysia, the government launched a free smartphone app called MySejahtera so that people can carry out health evaluations.
The APP provides Covid-19 health guidelines and guidance on actions to be taken. Its health minister said the system would help monitoring Covid-19 cases and the government would be able to mitigate the outbreak.

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