New rules for congregational prayers in Federal Territories from tomorrow, says Jawi

New rules for congregational prayers in Federal Territories from tomorrow, says Jawi

He said this has brought a huge relief to the people of Langkawi, especially tourism industry players who rely heavily on tourist arrivals.Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, he said his ministry had to start building confidence among the industry players, starting with local tourism, inter-state, regional and gradually global tourism once the situation returned to normal.

Kuala Lumpur’s Bi Road Char Koay Teow, Kota Kinabalu’s Kedai Kopi Yee Fung and Ipoh’s Artisan Handmade Bread.The Rt measures the average number of vulnerable people that each new Covid-19 patient will infect at a specific point in time, and must be below 1.0 in order for the spread of the disease to be suppressed.“Acting on his tweet, the police called him, and no, he is not the whistleblower.He said the Singapore Reciprocal Green Lane and Periodic Commuting Arrangement schemes involved mostly professional workers who could afford to conduct tests and self quarantine in Singapore and Malaysia.Reflecting on how far we have come as a nation once known for its exports of tin and rubber, to the open and well-diversified economy it is today, I am confident that we can continue to aim high and look to the future with optimism,” he said. Continue reading «New rules for congregational prayers in Federal Territories from tomorrow, says Jawi»