fbpx
Connect with us

News

“No more peaks” KJ Reminds Malaysians To Be Responsible As Interstate Travel Resumes

Published

Dd
Source: Astro Awani & @khairykj | Twitter

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

The interstate travel ban has been lifted today (11 October) for fully vaccinated individuals and no new standard operating procedures (SOP) have been announced. This means that every Malaysian has to take the responsibility to adhere to the existing SOPs to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Minister of Health Khairy Jamaluddin shared an image of a graph demonstrating the decrease in Covid-19 cases over the past month and reminded Malaysians to remember this image while travelling interstate.

D4870A423D7E606050966410Dfa4B7825Ff4528Ba35431

“As we allow interstate travel to resume today, please remember this image,” he said.

“We are climbing down from the peak of disaster and despair. Let’s make sure there are no more peaks. Mask up, observe SOPs, practice TRIIS (test, report, isolate, inform and search). #ReopeningSafely”

Tweet

According to Astro Awani, Khairy said the decision to lift the interstate travel ban for fully vaccinated individuals was made in recognition of the efforts by the frontliners.

“If you really appreciate what the frontliners have been doing for the last one and a half years, you will be responsible, self-aware, (and) you will ensure that you will take care of your health,” he said, adding that the lifting of the interstate travel ban was apt as it took place on World Mental Health Day and Malaysia’s Doctors Day.

Meanwhile, BERNAMA reported that at 12 midnight on 11 October, no unusual traffic was reported on the main roads leading out of Kuala Lumpur.

71633909855 Lebuhrayapantaitim

“People are also reminded not to be too enthusiastic about interstate travel as the country is still facing the Covid-19 pandemic,” Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department (JSPT) director Datuk Mat Kasim Karim said.

A survey at the Gombak and Jalan Duta toll plazas reported that there was an increase in the number of vehicles, but the traffic flow remained normal. Several vehicles were seen stopping about 300 metres from the Gombak toll plaza before exiting at 12 midnight.

 

Also read: Woman Involved In Tragic Johor Accident That Killed 8 Teens Remains Free, M’sians Divided On The Verdict

My Post 2021 10 11T104741.486

Source: BERNAMA
Source: Astro Awani


Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.



Just In

Pm Shirt Pm Shirt
News1 day ago

“That’s my salary for 3 months,” Netizens React To This RM6900 Burberry Shirt That The PM Wears

Netizens are talking about Malaysia’s prime minister Ismail Sabri’s shirt again, this time, it’s an RM6,900 red shirt from Burberry....

Feat Image Largest Subsidies Feat Image Largest Subsidies
News1 day ago

Finance Minister: Govt To Give RM77.3 Billion In Subsidies For The Rakyat This Year, Largest In History

Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz has revealed that the projected consumption subsidy expenditure so far for 2022...

Subs Ft Subs Ft
News1 day ago

“Do not remove subsidy or we will take it to the streets,” IIUM & UM Student Unions To The Govt

In a joint statement, the IIUM Student Union and University Malaya Students’ Union urge the government to eliminate the action...

Feat Image Govt Remain Subsidies Feat Image Govt Remain Subsidies
News2 days ago

PM: Electricity, Water Tariffs in Peninsula M’sia Unchanged, Price Ceiling For Chickens Won’t Be Abolished

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has announced that the government will track back its decisions and will not...

My Post 100 My Post 100
News3 days ago

KJ: New Wave Of Covid-19 Coming Sooner Than We Thought

Malaysia is expected to face a new wave of Covid-19 sooner than we all think, sooner than the two or...

Ft Hashim Ft Hashim
News3 days ago

HR Ministry: Employees Can Apply For Flexible Work Arrangements Starting From Sept 1

The Covid-19 pandemic has proven that working from home (WFH) is doable. During the height of the crisis, the government...

Collage 23 1 Collage 23 1
News3 days ago

“Gov’t Ministers’ Salaries Should Be Cut 20%,” Says Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz

Malaysians know that the Ministers in the country earn at least five figures in a month, and that is A LOT more...

Collage 21 1 Collage 21 1
News4 days ago

Kelantan Man Attempts Suicide But Changes His Mind When His Family Brings Over Lunchbox

Times are tough are there are tons of reasons that may trigger a person to end their life, but it...

Announcement

Latest Videos



TRENDING TODAY