KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 14): Eight localities in Sabah and one in Pahang will come under Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) effective from Aug 16 to 29 following risk evaluations as well as Covid-19 infection trend in the areas concerned.
IPOH (Aug 3): A 17-year-old girl (pictured) was slapped with a RM5,000 compound for removing her red COVID-19 wristband to go out while in quarantine.
KUALA LUMPUR (July 28): Pasir Salak Member of Parliament Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (pictured) was issued with a compound yesterday for violating the standard operating procedure (SOP) of the National Recovery Plan (PPN) by not wearing a face mask in the Parliament building.
GEORGE TOWN (July 17): Penang police will issue a compound notice to Kedah Menteri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor (pictured) for allegedly violating the standard operating procedure (SOP) at a vehicle sales and display centre at Juru Autocity, near here, on June 5.
IPOH (July 3): The police have dismissed allegations in a viral video clip that several people have been issued compounds for delivering aid in Kuala Kangsar in violation of the standard operating procedures (SOPs).
KUALA LUMPUR (March 12): A man has been slapped with a RM10,000 compound for not registering his details while in a restaurant in Bukit Jalil yesterday as part of Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs), The Star reported.
KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 19): Local actor Mustaqim Bahadon (pictured) had to suffer a lighter wallet recently when he was fined RM1,000 for the removal of his face mask in a public space, reported The Star.
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 22): Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali (pictured) has been issued a compound for RM1,000 by the Ministry of Health.
KUALA LUMPUR (March 27): Affin Bank Bhd and Affin Islamic Bank Bhd will be offering their retail customers and SME clients non-compounding interest or profit for six months, for term loan and term financing, during the moratorium for financing facilities due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the country.
KUALA LUMPUR (March 27): In line with Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)’s decision to grant an automatic moratorium on loan payments for six months following the escalation of the fallout of Covid-19, Malaysian banks are doing their bit by announcing that they will not compound interest and profit rates on their loans.