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Whole Of Selangor Under CMCO Because Yellow Zones Show Surge In Numbers, Says PM


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At midnight, those of us in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya will have to stay home again in another edition of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO). But many have been asking, why?

After all, the number of cases in Selangor, KL and Putrajaya is not as high as states like Sabah, so why not only implement the CMCO at locations within these districts that are considered red zones?

Well, the Malaysian prime minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin explained during his press conference on FB Live today, that the reason behind the whole of Selangor, KL and Putrajaya having to go into CMCO is because of increasing numbers in various other places besides just the red zones.

((Live)) Sidang Media bersama YAB Perdana Menteri

Posted by Muhyiddin Yassin on Selasa, 13 Oktober 2020

He said, “Observing from what is happening in the last few days, in the case of Selangor, because it is so highly populated, cases have been all over the districts in the state. And the numbers have been on the rise, even in yellow zones such as Gombak, Hulu Langat and others, there is a surge in numbers.”

Hence, the reason behind the whole state of Selangor being put under CMCO is to limit people’s movement within Selangor so that it makes it easier for the authorities to contain the virus and prevent those who are infected from leaving the state and spreading it further.

“I feel that is it a correct move made by MKN to declare the whole state of Selangor under CMCO,” he added.

What do you think? Did our authorities make the right move?

Let us know in the comment section. 


Also read: Sabah Set To Have By-Elections On 5 December Following Passing Of Batu Sapi Parliament Member

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