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As the country steps into the fourth phase of the movement control order (MCO) which commenced from April 29 and will end on May 12, it can be seen that the government has slightly relaxed on the enforcement of MCO.
06 May 2020 / 13:14 H.
An unusual sight in Kuala Lumpur’s epicenter of entertainment-Bukit Bintang-on the first day movement control order was enforced nationwide. SUNPIX BY HAFIZ SOHAIMI
A woman showing a company letter certifying she is an employee after being stopped at a roadblock. SUNPIX BY HAFIZ SOHAIMI.
Residents watch from windows as soldiers ring their apartment complex with barbed wire in Taman Murni.
Soldiers setting up an elevated look out point in Selayang to monitor adherence to the enhanced movement control order. SUNPIX BY FAUZI ANUAR
TAKING PRECAUTION... health workers taking residents and foreign workers in Kuala Lumpur by ambulance to hospital for COVID-19 screening. SUNPIX BY FAUZI ANUAR
A frontline health worker ushering a woman and her child onto a bus to be taken for COVID-19 screening at a hospital. SUNPIX BY ADIB RAWI YAHYA
Health workers going door to door at a residental area on Shah Alam, Selangor to conduct COVID-19 screening.
SILVER LINING... A mid the hardship brought on by the Covid-19 outbreak, residents in Kuala Lumpur were treated to a have sight of Genting Highland due to less air pollution and clearer by the movement control order. SUNPIX ASHRAF SHAMSUL.
A group of senior citizens from Kampung Baru in Kuala Lumpur being taken for COVID-19 test in a sanitised vehicle. SUNPIX BY HAFIZ SOHAIMI
NO ENTRY... A barrier being placed on the road to Kampung Orang Asli Sungai Lalang Baru in Semenyih, which has been declared a red zone. SUNPIX BY ZAHID IZZANI
SPRAYING FROM ABOVE... A drone with a 16-litre capacity being used to disinfect fall building in Kuala Lumpur. SUNPIX BY ZAHID IZZANI.
ACT OF KINDNESS... A men feeds pigeos at Kuala Lumpur alley which is devoid of people due to the movement control order. SUNPIX BY ADIB RAWI YAHYA
Medical staff taking a month swab from a men at the hospital drive-through test area. SUNPIX BY ADIB RAWI YAHYA
A worker disinfecting PPR lembah Subang One flats in effort to control the spread of the deadly Covid-19 virus. SUNPIX BY ASYRAF RASID
WHY WAIT... A motorcyclist stops in front of a “Go home now” signboard in Jalan Pangkor on of the many erected in Penang by state government to remain the public to stay at spread of Covid-19 infection under the movement control order. SUNPIX BY MASRY CHE ANI
A participant of a tabligh event held in Sri Petaling recently is examined by health workers in Shah Alam. SUNPIX ASYRAF RASID.
Police and army personnel in Kuala Lumpur testing one of the drones that would be used to monitor the situation on the ground during movement control order period. SUNPIX BY ZAHID IZZANI
HEALTH CHECK... Health screening and testing for COVID-19 are being conducted at the Sungai Buluh health clinic.
Tengku Nor Azhar lifting weight at his house in Klang during the movement control order. SUNPIX BY ASYRAF RASID
STAYING HOME... A sparse crowed at the usually thronging Selayang wholesale market in Selangor. SUNPIX BY HAFIZ SOHAIMI
BACK TO WORK... A worker at a nursery in Hulu Langat, Selangor carrying a pot after bussines resumed on April 1, following a decision by government to allow certain bussines to operate during the movement control order. SUNPIX BY FAUZI ANUAR
Although not at work due to the movement control order, foreign workers go about their lives as usual in their local community in Klang. SUNPIX BY ADIB RAWI YAHYA
Health workers wearing protective suit resting after scanning residents at the Selangor Mansion flats at Jalan Masjid India in Kuala Lumpur. SUNPIX BY ADIB RAWI YAHYA
The extension of the movement control order from April 15 to April 28 cause a traffic jam along the Grand Saga Highway heading to Kajang from Cheras. SUNPIX BY FAUZI ANUAR
QUALITY CONTROL... A lecture from UiTM doing a thorought check of the face visor to be distributed to frontliners combatting the Covid-19 outbreak. SUNPIX BY MASRY CHE ANI
TAKING NO CHANCES... Firefighter in Hazmat suits disinfecting communication equipment and the visitors area of the Penang Prison to prevent the spread of Covid-19. SUNPIX BY MASRY CHE ANI
Labourer G. Asokumar, who has not been able to earn his daily wages as a labourer since the movement control order was enforced, showing a small fish he caught at an irrigation canal near Kampung Permatang Rawa in Bukit Mertajam. SUNPIX BY MASRY CHE ANI
Government health staff conducting drive thru screening for Covid-19 at Klinik Kesihatan in Section 19, Petaling Jaya. SUNPIX ASYRAF RASID
A Health Ministry officer receiving a drink from her colleague while they were on duty at the Selangor Mansion flats in Kuala Lumpur, that has been placed under an enhanced movement control order. SUNPIX BY ADIB RAWI YAHYA
Kuala Lumpur City Hall workers disinfecting areas near the Selangor Mansion and Malayan Mansion flats in Jalan Masjid India after the two buildings were placed under an enhanced movement control order following the discovery of 15 Covid-19 cases there. SUNPIX BY ZAHID IZZANI
Villages in Butterworth created effigies made of straw and plastic bags to remind people about the importance of staying home and social distancing to fight the Covid-19 outbreak. SUNPIX BY MASRY CHE ANI
LOCKED DOWN... A soldier stands guard near a building cordoned off the due to high incident of Covid-19 cases, in Kuala Lumpur. SUNPIX BY ADIB RAWI YAHYA
A residential area in Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur is fumigated as part of an anti-dengue operation as the nation is gripped by the Covid-19 pandemic. SUNPIX BY ADIB RAWI YAHYA
A resident being given food through barbed eires near the Selayang wholesale market. The area has been locked down under an enhanced movement control order. SUNPIX BY ADIB RAWI YAHYA
SPECIAL LANE... A sign at a roadblock in Kuala Lumpur indicating express passage for security forces personnel and media crew. SUNPIX BY ZAHID IZZANI
ALL SILENT... Dataran Merdeka was all quiet with nobody in sight following the movement control order enforced by government. Sunpix by ASHRAF SHAMSUL AZLAN
A worker using a high-powered water jet to clean the poultry section at the Selayang wholesale market in Selangor as part of new standard operating procedures to curb the spread of Covid-19.
A man buying a much needed tv to help pass the time during the movement control order at Tesco Ampang. Shoppers were required to practice social distancing with only one family member allowed in for 30 minutes. Sunpix ZAHID IZZANI
WATER TREATMENT... A firefighter is hosed down by his colleagues after conducting a disinfecting operation at the Sungai Ramal Dalam district in Hulu Langat, Selangor. Sunpix by ASHRAF SHAMSUL AZLAN
A woman wearing a mask in Jalan Paya Terubong, George Town, walks past a signboard urging to public to pack food to consume at home. Sunpix by MASRY CHE ANI
Residents at Menara City One holding a sign asking for food after the building was put under EMCO. Sunpix by HAFIZ SOHAIMI
Government healthcare staff cunducting drive thru screening for Covid-19 at Klinik Kesihatan in Section 19, Petaling Jaya. Sunpix by Asyraf Rasid
Residents of the Selangor Mansion flats in Kuala Lumpur watch security operations on the ground after their building and another one in the vicinity was placed under an enhanced movement control order. Sunpix by ADIB RAWI YAHYA
A sign that reads 'We Stay at Home' is seen at a flat in seksyen 19, Shah Alam as residents adhere to the movement control order. Sunpix by ASYRAF RASID
Fire and Rescue Department personnel attend a briefing on their tasks for the day before commercing disinfecting operations at the Kajang Stadium LRT station in Selangor. Sunpix by ZAHID IZZANI
Civil defence personnel handing out mineral water to Malayan Mansion residents waiting to be screened for Covid-19. Sunpix by ZAHID IZZANI
Health workers showing messages on the backs of their suits before conducting Covid-19 screenings at the PKNS Kampung Baru flats.
GRATEFUL... Health Ministry staff on duty at Plaza City One in Kuala Lumpur showing a appreciation to the public for observing the movement control order. Sunpix by ZAHID IZZANI
A man holding packed food in front of building on Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman in Kuala Lumpur that has been cordoned off with barbed wires. Sunpix by ZAHID IZZANI
Food delivery riders queue to have oral swabs taken by health workers wearing protective suits in Shah Alam as part of the latest procedures to curb the spread of Covid-19. Sunpix by ADIB RAWI YAHYA
NO ENTRY... Jalan Melayu leading to the Selangor Mansion and Jalan Masjid India completely cordoned off with barbed wires after the area was placed under an enhanced movement control order. Sunpix by HAFIZ SOHAIMI
Universiti Teknologi Mara students reviewing notes in their room in Shah Alam following the movement control order, causing lectures to be halted.
Motivational speaker, restauranteur and preacher Ustaz Ebit Lew visits a stroke victim and his family at a dilapidated hut in Lorong Gedebang in Alor Setar, Kedah. Sunpix by ASHRAF SHAMSUL AZLAN.
Police standing guard around the PKNS flats in Kampung Baru in Kuala Lumpur as Health Ministry officials conduct Covid-19 checks on residents. Sunpix by ZAHID IZZANI
A health worker on break rubs and ice cube on her forehead during her deployment in Gombak, Selangor to conduct mass-testing for Covid-19 on residents in the area. Sunpix by ZAHID IZZANI.
A Selangor Fire and Rescue Department helicopter putting out a blaze in a forest reserve in Kuala Langat, Selangor. Sunpix by ASYRAF RASID.
A Muslim family performing Terawih prayers at home as mosque will remain close throughout the movement control order period. Sunpix by ADIB RAWI YAHYA.
A man giving his son a 'homemade haircut' while his family watches. The government earlier considered allowing barbers and hairdressers to operate during the movement control order, but later decided against it. Sunpix by ZAHID IZZANI.
Seberang Perai Tengah district health department assistant health officer Glynn Dexter showing children at SJK (C) True Light in Juru how to sanitise their hands properly. the school was turned into a flood relief centre after homes in Taman Mangga in Bukit Mertajam were flooded following heavy rains. Sunpix by MASRY CHE ANI
RAMADAN FARE... Brothers Fazli Abd Rahman (right) and Nazri preparing their specialty clay-urn roast chicken for delivery to customes in Balik Pulau, Penang during the fasting month. Sunpix by MASRY CHE ANI
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