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COVID self-test kits to be sold at supermarkets soon
Oct 14, 2021
More businesses will be allowed to sell COVID-19 self-test kits soon.
The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry expects the kits to be sold at supermarkets and chain stores this month.
Meanwhile, traders are encouraged to offer the kits at lower and reasonable prices.
The ministry hopes they will do so, without having to set a new ceiling price.
Govt propose opening Langkawi to selected foreign tourists
The government wants to open Langkawi to foreign tourists from selected countries.
The Tourism, Arts, and Culture Ministry says its to revive Malaysia's economy, which has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nearly 90,000 people have already visited the popular holiday destination,
This, less than a month since the island reopened under the bubble concept.
Travelling this weekend? Be careful on the road!
Malaysians have been advised to be cautious on the road, if they plan to travel this weekend.
PLUS Malaysia said this, as the number of vehicles on its highways rose to 1.3 million since state borders reopened.
It also reminded travellers to continue to follow COVID-19 SOPs when visiting its RnRs.
Meanwhile, it says it will not issue a travel time advisory for this weekend.
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