WFH directive aims to reduce movement of people to contain Covid-19 spread, says Ismail Sabri

"Our idea is to reduce movement. Imagine, the one million people that are affected by the WFH directive will not go to the office, so they will not interact with each other. So when we reduce this possibility (of being infected among the one million people), it may be successful in breaking the chain of COVID-19 infection because fewer people can interact with each other."