Coronavirus: Malaysia to enter new lockdown as Muhyiddin warns of national crisis – South China Morning Post

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Malaysia will impose a nearly month-long nationwide partial lockdown starting Wednesday, the government has said, as new Covid-19 cases continue to rise ahead of this week’s celebration of the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said with daily new cases nearing 4,000 and with 37,396 active cases, the country’s third wave of the pandemic, which stretches back to last September, now threatened to evolve into a national crisis.Health officials earlier said 3…Read More

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