Tag Archives: Covid-19

Looking into the strange case of Dr Khairuddin

Looking into the strange case of Dr Khairuddin

Ever since air traffic into Malaysia has been allowed again, the Government has decided that all individuals entering Malaysia from abroad will be subjected to compulsory quarantine orders under the Observation & Surveillance Order subject to the provisions of Section 15 (1) of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 (Act 342). Section […]

Friendly reminder from a fellow Malaysian: The MCO is still on

MCO is still on

Many Malaysians have eagerly returned to work today as the new PCID Regulations (P.U. (A) 136 for the CMCO (Conditional Movement Control Order) swings into action. With the reopening of businesses, some are under the impression that the MCO has been lifted already —  we are looking at overcrowded mamak eateries, and long lines at […]

Come Clean $ Receive Treatment

Possibly infected woman shutdown hospital

There have been some objections to the recent demand by the government for those who attended the tabligh event in Sri Petaling to surrender themsleves for testing. Many of those who refuse to surrender are afraid that they would be quarantined in hospital. Well, recently Pantai Hospital Laguna Merbok was forced to shut down in […]

Malaysians Unite Vs Covid-19

Malaysians Unite Vs Covid-19

In times of crisis, the leaders of a nation should all come together to steer the country out of darkness, regardless of political ideology. During the Second World War, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill formed a cabinet composed of members from his own Conservative Party as well as the opposition Labour Party, as did his […]