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Articles from Malay Mail Online (Petaling Jaya, Malaysia) (March 27, 2020)

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'Prihatin Rakyat' package: RM10b set aside for one-off payments to various groups. 387
10,000 jobs to be created in Singapore over the next year, with public sector taking the lead. 498
11 joggers, mostly expats, arrested in Mont Kiara for defying MCO. 432
After reported lack of Covid-19 tests, Sabah registers 10 new cases today. 316
Anwar: Stimulus packages should be monitored by Parliament. 421
Any parties using drones for Covid-19 surveillance must still obtain CAAM approval. 412
As MCO continues, the internet slows down in Malaysia. 439
Authorities say 183 vagrants checked for Covid-19, 52 moved to temporary shelter in KL. 283
Court remands seven men caught playing football, jogging for four days in defiance of MCO. 239
Covid-19 frontliners should get RM1,000 a month each, says Sarawak party. 441
Covid-19 infections would increase exponentially without MCO, says Health D-G. 475
Covid-19: 3,468 Malaysians still stranded in 61 countries, says deputy foreign minister. 558
Covid-19: After MCO, survey finds nearly 70pc SMEs lost half income. 655
Covid-19: Border security stepped up at Sarawak's entry points, says deputy CM. 339
Covid-19: Death toll rises to 26, 130 new cases reported today. 295
Covid-19: Fake news, scams, seditious postings on the rise, says minister. 570
Covid-19: PM unveils RM250b economic stimulus package. 543
Covid-19: What happens if tenants can't pay rent on time and how can 'force majeure' clauses help? Lawyers explain. 2449
Economic stimulus package may only sustain 'Makcik Kiah' for two months, says Pakatan presidential council. 597
F and B, tourism and hospitality sector: You don't help us now, more workers lose jobs. 321
Finance minister: Malaysia in strong fiscal position, markets need cash injection to stimulate economy. 355
For cabbies, Covid-19 lockdown has sent earnings into freefall. 1228
Government allocates RM5.9b in salary subsidies to prevent retrenchment. 317
Govt to bring home 51 Malaysians stranded in Cairo, with help from Brunei. 338
Health D-G welcomes allowance for medical workers. 236
Health D-G: 88 Covid-19 positive cases recorded in Kluang. 342
Johor police: Seven more from Sulawesi 'tabligh' event have returned via Johor. 432
Johor police: Simpang Renggam's Covid-19 cases likely linked to last month's 'tabligh' gathering in KL. 471
Johor Sultan advises Simpang Renggam residents to stay calm and abide by authorities' instructions. 253
MAHB, airline operators to help stranded tourists at KLIA amidst Covid-19 outbreak. 331
Malaysia picked by WHO to conduct research on Covid-19 drug, says Health D-G. 458
Malaysia's Covid-19 death toll now at 24. 180
Margma says no shortages of gloves, warns distributors from profiteering. 366
Minister terminates child activist Syed Azmi's role in National Welfare Foundation, but seeks advisory service. 642
MTUC lauds people-centric stimulus package, says employers now have no reason to retrench workers. 350
Najib: 'Cash is king' approach is saving the world from Covid-19. 528
No water rationing in Penang. 400
Pakatan leaders tell govt to focus on Covid-19 instead of political appointments. 317
Penang cops arrest another five men for drinking beer in public, in defiance of MCO. 281
Penang sees more than 50pc drop in crime rate. 232
Penang sets up system to distribute food, essentials to vulnerable groups. 499
PM: A household could get up to RM7,864 aid from RM250b stimulus package. 548
PM: Free internet and additional electricity discounts throughout MCO. 283
PM: SMEs get RM4.5b in credit to stem Covid-19 fallout. 465
Police arrested 31 people for non-compliance of MCO, says Penang police. 463
Police, military will be stricter in enforcing MCO, Sarawakians warned. 415
Police: Seven men arrested for playing football, jogging during MCO to be remanded. 192
POS Malaysia services closed for one day in lieu of MCO. 161
Pump prices for RON97, RON95, diesel drop again for week of March 28. 188
Sarawak to rope in private hospitals to treat non-Covid-19 patients if govt hospitals run out of space. 505
Singapore govt to provide 75pc wage offsets for aviation firms, wide-ranging relief measures for sectors hit hard by Covid-19. 717
Size of Singapore's Resilience Package exceeds expectations but still not likely to ward off deep recession, say experts. 1325
This is not the govt you voted for but we care for you, says Muhyiddin. 461
To preserve jobs, Singapore govt sets aside S$15.1b to subsidise wages of republic's workers. 551
With MCO extended, experts say stimulus package must include aid for B40, M40, and SMEs to stay afloat. Interview 1041

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