Monday, October 18, 2021

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Umno election candidates no longer president’s call alone, says Zahid

He says candidates will be jointly determined with deputy president Mohamad Hasan and vice-president Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

No place in the world for stateless 4-year-old in Sarawak

Rayyan (not his real name) is a bright child but does not legally exist as his parents were not married when they had him.

Problems of anti-vaxxers self-inflicted, says PM

Ismail Sabri Yaakob says it is not the government that is deliberately making things difficult.

Daily cases tumble to just over 6,100

This is a drop from 7,509 Covid-19 infections the day before.

91.5% of adults, 67.8% of population fully jabbed

Some 95.1% of adults have received at least one jab, including of the single-dose CanSino vaccine.

Schools in Klang Valley, Melaka to resume face-to-face classes next month

Students will return to physical classrooms beginning Nov 1.

Sporadic Covid-19 cases on the rise in Sabah

This has sparked concerns as the state prepares to transition to Phase Three of the National Recovery Plan on Monday.

MACC asks Anwar for details on Pandora Papers issue

The anti-graft agency says it will work with Bank Negara and other relevant agencies to investigate.

Life will be difficult for anti-vaxxers, Khairy warns

He cites restrictions on those who choose not to get vaccinated, as well as the implementation of regular tests for which they will have to pay.

New cases hover at 7,500

This is a small increase from 7,420 the day before.

91.4% of adults fully vaccinated

Some 95.1% have received at least one dose of Covid-19 vaccine.

Malaysia stands to benefit from energy crisis, says economist

But despite the positive effects expected, the country should brace for the drawback of surging oil prices.

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