Conditional MCO: LRT, MRT, bus services to resume normal operating hours from May 4

1 May 2020 Prasarana Malaysia Berhad (Prasarana), the operator of the Rapid Rail, stage bus and the Rapid Ferry services, will revert to the normal operating hours of 6am to midnight when the conditional movement control order (MCO) takes effect on Monday (May 4). This follows Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s announcement of the … Continue reading Conditional MCO: LRT, MRT, bus services to resume normal operating hours from May 4

Foreign workers can apply online to renew Temporary Employment Visit Pass

22 April 2020 Foreign workers can apply online to renew their Temporary Employment Visit Passes (PLKS) which will expire during the Movement Control Order (MCO). Immigration director-general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud (pix) said the government had a record of PLKS information in the immigration system to renew the PLKS of foreign workers. “Any foreign workers … Continue reading Foreign workers can apply online to renew Temporary Employment Visit Pass

Uggah: Sarawak to enforce own SOP in dealing with returning students

22 April 2020 Sarawak will enforce its own standard operating procedure (SOP) in dealing with Sarawakian students returning from overseas or other states in the country during the Movement Control Order (MCO) period, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas. Uggah, who is also State Disaster Management Committee chairman, said those returning from … Continue reading Uggah: Sarawak to enforce own SOP in dealing with returning students

‘You can sell tickets, but up to government to approve take-off’

18 April 2020 Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Mohd Ismail Sabri Yaakob said airlines still needed to get approval from the government before resuming operations. This was with regard to airlines selling tickets for the post Movement Control Order (MCO) period. “You can sell the tickets but the government will decide when flight operations … Continue reading ‘You can sell tickets, but up to government to approve take-off’

Covid-19: Armed Forces personnel help health staff conduct screenings at airports

9 April 2020 Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) personnel are now not only assisting police at roadblocks but also helping health personnel to conduct health screenings at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and klia2. Their presence at both airports is to ease the burden borne by Ministry of Health (MOH) staff to screen Malaysians arriving … Continue reading Covid-19: Armed Forces personnel help health staff conduct screenings at airports