COVID-19: First day of two-week partial lockdown in Malaysia


Malaysia has warned of a fresh wave of COVID-19 infections, if people do not follow the tough new restrictions that came into force on March 18. The two-week partial lockdown includes travel restrictions, business and school closures, as well as a ban on large-scale gatherings. Foreigners are not allowed to enter the country. Malaysians cannot travel between states unless with a police permit, but that has since been relaxed after police were inundated by requests. However, some Malaysians are determined not to let the situation get them down.

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  1. Athirah Asmadi 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    Just stay at home i dont care if you like the park ffs just stay at home for 2 weeks ONLY! Those three makciks even tried to sound reasonable with why they’re out at the park JOGGING.

    Remember malaysia, speaking English doesnt mean you’re intelligent, and those makciks and uncle are the examples

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  3. Cindy Rolle 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    My two favorite countries and people on this planet, Singapore and Malaysia. I’m American. But, I love the mix of these people. Beautiful

  4. MICHAEL LEE 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    Hasn't anyone noticed that Malaysia has stopped providing data on the current number of affected Covid-19 cases as of yesterday dated 18/03/2020 which stand at 790 people.

  5. Mia Zaheeya 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    So stupid la. Why malaysians been so ignorant. Manusia pentingkan diri. Tengok la. We will see what's gonna happen. Padan muka. Shame on u

  6. Eric Tan 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    We all need to adapt. We need to be responsible. No dining in means we have to comply. In Singapore, the shopping mall eateries are still jam packed like sardines. This has to change.

  7. Andrew Tang 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    This is very good for the country and for mankind to prevent further spread of the disease. Some just won't take it seriously until it hits home. Hopefully we will have a vaccine soon. Until then, all must work together. Please be safe.

  8. Puikook 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    Thanks to the mass religious event! Malaysia again is famous for all the wrong reasons! Stupidity runs deep in the Gov

  9. Anony Mouse 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    People are dying.
    Now the government wanna take things seriously
    Why dont prevent it at the 1st place before the situation really get worse like until now
    What the hell wrong with this Country!

  10. Ngeow Hoi Wan 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    Malaysian mentality ;tidak apa'! Belum kena, belum tahu; Bila kena, sudah lewat!! People who don't use their common sense are worst than the jungle people; these are the cavemen living in a modern country!!!

  11. testarosa anya 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    I think we should think open and broadly…each human don't want their movement control but we need to think about others, together we solve this problem then after that we can going out together which is it's cannot harm our lives…

  12. aqil syahmi 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    KKM kata kita ada peluang tipis utk putuskan rangkaian jangkitan COVID-19.
    Gelombang ketiga virus ni mungkin akan lebih besar jika rakyat bersikap "tidak kisah"

  13. Elder Lich 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    LOL the guy at the temperature screening at 0:52 touching his face with the gloves that he probably touched all the surfaces with.

  14. deborah lee 24 March, 2020 at 06:52 Reply

    Malaysian government should start testing everyone for the virus. And Malaysians seriously need to stay at home, this is not play play…the number is increasing hundred plus everyday

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