The first day of Malaysia's movement control order

KUALA LUMPUR (March 18): With the spike in COVID-19 cases over the past few days plus two deaths, it was only inevitable a “lockdown” of sorts would be implemented all over the country.

We have decided to term it as movement control order.

And how has Kuala Lumpur plus the Klang Valley handled it so far?

Here some pictures of the first day of the movement control order. You would think that it is the festive season and city folk have all balik kampong. Sadly, this is caused by a virus.

The movement control order ends after March 31.

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