Malaysia lockdown due to coronavirus

The entire Malaysia has been stalled due to lockdown. Today is the 5th day of movement and restraining order to prevent coronavirus. Until the last news, the number of victims in Malaysia was 900. 75 people returned home healthy. Since the announcement of the nationwide lockdown, the entire road is now empty. Silent silence everywhere. Checking in on the roadway. In order to prevent Corona, the country’s government is issuing new orders and shutting down one organization after another. Jail penalties have been kept only when no one is out.

Malaysia Police IGP Tansree Abdul Hamid Badar urged all to abide by the government’s announcement. Police have arrested a 25-year-old man on Thursday for obstructing the duty of civil servants in the Portikson area. District Police Superintendent Eddie Sham Mohammad said disobeying the lockdown order could result in up to two years in jail or a fine of 10,000 ringgit. Police will continue their activities till March 31 for the execution of the MCO.

The Muslim Ummah does not have weekly Zuma prayers. Daily prayers and other prayers have been closed throughout Malaysia since March 31, when the Islamic Fatwa Expert Committee of Malaysia and the Minister of Religious Affairs of Malaysia presented positive and instructive decisions from the king after submitting all kinds of fatwas and religious analyzes to King Yang Di Paruan Aung of the country. Has been done Meanwhile, in the Selangor state of Malaysia, until April 17, all mosques including Zuma prayers have been closed and Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah of the state has announced. Earlier, Zuma prayers were suspended in the state of Parlis, Malaysia. The decision was to close the first Zuma prayers in Malaysia.

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