A stroll in the OUG market, Kuala Lumpur, today has seen many shoppers coming out for daily necessities, as well as some CNY paraphernalia and goodies for the celebration.
Senior Minister (Security Cluster) and Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob: But there is tighter control to going in and out of those areas. And we are also conducting swab tests for every resident in that area even though it is still under administrative control.
As the Movement Control Order (MCO) ended yesterday to be replaced with the Conditional MCO from today, Klang Valley folk start going back to the malls albeit in small numbers while some cannot wait to get some exercise done in the parks. Still, it will be the “new normal” as malls, restaurants and businesses continue with social distancing
Both the Taman Megah and Jalan Othman (Old Town) markets were recently closed for cleaning and disinfection as traders there were found to have been infected by the Covid-19 virus
For animal lovers, they are also encouraged to participate in the animal adoption programme organised by Zoo Negara to contribute for the food, medical and facilities maintenance of their favourite animals.