Malaysia to reimpose 2-week limited lockdown to stem virus spread

Malaysia to reimpose 2-week limited lockdown to stem virus spread

AsiaOne-·2021-01-11 21:00

KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia’s Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin on Monday announced a fresh lockdown in the capital Kuala Lumpur and five states, as the Southeast Asian nation’s cumulative cases grew to over 135,000 as of Sunday.

Muhyiddin said interstate travel will also be barred during the two-week lockdown, but assured that five essential sectors will be allowed to continue operating under strict regulations.

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kktk 16/01/2021

hope they can be successful in curbing the spread and bring the fatality figures to zero

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Ken Ong6664 13/01/2021

CNY coming then lock down!! Wat to say....

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Minime 12/01/2021

Malaysia is a huge country so it is tough to control the spread.

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peace1 12/01/2021

Do you think they have the capability and facilities to make this lock down effective...so many illegal immigrants in Malaysia that is unaccounted for and do not bother about Covid-19

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ABenC 12/01/2021

Malaysia had already crossed 135,000 cases of infections, it's right to lockdown to stem virus spread.

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