Covid-19: Malaysia Pm Muhyiddin Unveils New Economic Measures, Says Partial Lockdown May Be Extended
24 oras: ilang lgu, nagbigay ng quarantine pass para… 35 mins ago 24 oras: doh: maaaring ‘artificial’ ang pagtaas ng covid cases dahil… 36 mins ago 24 oras: 14 covid 19 patients, ginagamot sa mandaluyong medical center 37 mins ago; 24 oras: pila sa ilang pamilihan sa pasig, umabot ng 15 metro dahil sa social distancing 38 mins ago; 24 oras: ilang residente, namimingwit ng isda. Malaysia's former prime minister mahathir mohamad (right) appears to have given up on plans for a no confidence vote against the country's new prime minister muhyuddin yassin (left) following a power struggle that led to the collapse of the ruling coalition [file: yam g jun/ap photo]. Muhyiddin yassin, malaysia's prime minister, speaks during a news conference in putrajaya, malaysia, on monday, march 9, 2020. malaysia's prime minister picked the head of one the country's main banks as his new finance minister monday amid heightened global risks and domestic policy uncertainty. After taking into consideration the critical rise of virus infection within the country, malaysia's prime minister announced the ban is extended to 14 april 2020. in addition, registrar of societies (ros) bans all parties registered with ros from organising any meeting and activities until 30 june 2020. Coronavirus: malaysia says may extend movement curbs, to add stimulus malaysian pm muhyiddin says control measures could be extended if coronavirus continues to spread malaysia extends school holidays to march 31, last day of partial lockdown straits times singapore. coronavirus: malaysia’s prime minister muhyiddin yassin announces.