Malaysia is under recovery MCO From June 10

Malaysia PM, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced today that conditional movement control order (CMCO) will be replaced by recovery movement control order (RMCO) from June 10 to August 31.

People now can travel to different states and several business can operate by following the SOP from Ministry of Health.

The Government already done their best and it’s up to us to maintain the status quo. Please wear mask in public areas, maintain good hygiene and stay safe at home.

Malaysia Success Stories Fighting Covid-19

54 day had passed since the first Movement Control Order (MCO) and Malaysia manage to decreased the amount of daily infections. Kudos to all the front-liners and not to forget all the behind the scenes back-liners. We manage to win because WE ALL WORK AS A TEAM.

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Covid-19: 1.8 Millions Confirmed Case In 185 Countries

Data From Johns Hopkins University

Approximately 104 days has past since the first Covid-19 cases appear in China. The number of confirmed cases has reach 1,854,464 with 114,331 deaths. The worlds have no time to prepare for this pandemic and in turn send the world economy into chaos.

The United States is leading the world with 557,590 confirmed cases follow by Spain and Italy at 166,831 and 156,363 cases.

Covid-19: Most Malaysian Not Financially Prepare.

With Movement Control Order (MCO) is in effect. Most Malaysian have to work from home and some can’t even work. While some get paid for working from home, other have lost their source of income.

According to Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), 75% of Malaysian Don’t even have RM1000 as emergency savings. The rule of thumb for emergency savings is 3 month paychecks. Meaning if you earn RM2000 per month, you need to have RM6000 as emergency savings.

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