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Tuesday, May 5th, 2020


Kho Teck Wan says Sarawak government is taking the right step for being cautious to deal with Covid-19 

As an experienced ruling government, Sarawak government viewed the opening up of business and public operation very serious and carefully. This is evidence with  Sarawak government’s stand when it didn’t agree or disagree with Federal’s CMCO, said SUPP Woman Chief, Kho Teck Wan.  Praising Sarawak government for iys stance, Kho said Sarawak disaster management committee is careful as they announced that they are still in the midst of studying the conditional movement order’s standard operating procedures provided by Federal government. Deputy chief minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah stressed that SarawakRead More

Employers should bear the cost of testing covid-19, says Milton Foo

Employers hiring foreign workers including those in construction and plantation sectors should pay SOCSO for them and should bear the cost of screening of Covic-19, said SUPP Central Youth Secretary, Milton Foo. Foo said he was surprised why only 60 percent of the foreign workforce in Malaysia paid SOCSO and not all. He said despite so, it should be the employers to bear the cost of screen especially now that Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sbi Yaakob has announced it. Ismail Sabri said that the testing will start in KualaRead More

New flights arrangement between East and West Malaysia, Lee Khim Shin

The flight schedules that had been agreed starting May 2 included Kuala Lumpur – Kuching: 4 times weekly, Kuala Lumpur – Bintulu: 1 time weekly, Kuala Lumpur – Miri: 2 times weekly and Kuala Lumpur – Sibu: 1 time weekly (only permitted to operate starting 16th May 2020), said Minister for Transport, Datuk Lee Kim Shin. Lee said he has personally contacted Minister for Transport, Malaysia to convey the decision of the State Disaster Management Committee to limit the frequency of flights from Kuala Lumpur to Sarawak. The matter wasRead More

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