Retail Group Malaysia (RGM) managing director Tan Hai Hsin: Due to the various restrictions during this CMCO 2.0 period [such as no children outside, shorter operating hours, entertainment and recreational outlets to be closed and dine-ins not encouraged], we can expect the business of these non-essential retailers to decline by at least 50%.
Tested positive for Covid-19 on Oct 16
A staff at the Foot Solutions shop tested positive for the coronavirus yesterday
“Even after testing negative for the first test, there is a possibility to test positive for the second test on the 13th day.”
Selangor’s five person per big table, however, does not apply to eateries in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, where the maximum number is just four.
The managements are reviewing access card logs and CCTVs to trace locations within their premises the infected persons went to for disinfection process.
The Wesley Methodist School Kuala Lumpur students were exposed to the virus from their family