is expected to begin next Monday (May 4), as announced by the Prime Minister. Since then, many netizens have voiced out their opinions pertaining to this decision on social media. Some are very supportive while others are concerned. Our former Prime Minister, Najib Razak too joined in and expressed his thoughts on the CMCO implementation on Facebook.
According to , Najib posted a yesterday (May 1), mentioning that it is too fast for Malaysia to loosen the MCO, and allowing sectors to be reopened now.
He posted a photo with the following caption:
"Today (May 1), our nation recorded 69 new COVID-10 cases, where 12 cases are imported cases while there are only 39 recovered patients.
欧美Av无码高清在线This indicates that there are 57 local COVID-19 cases as a result of the spread of the COVID-19 that is still spreading in the local community. The number has increased over the past few days.
Hence, we ask, what is the need to give so much flexibility simultaneously, starting next Monday even though the fourth phase of the MCO will only be ended on May 12?
欧美Av无码高清在线Slow and steady. Sector by sector. Gradually. No need to rush.
Don't do it all at once. It's difficult to control.
When we do this all at once, it will endanger our health and our health care workers. Will they be prepared for the emergence of new clusters and large numbers? This has happened in Canada and Japan, when they released the lockdown, cases of infection increased sharply.
And if you want to reopen, tell us in advance so we can make more organized arrangements.
It was announced today on Friday to resume work next Monday. Today is a public holiday and it is more likely to cause confusion. Planning must be right because it involves the people."
欧美Av无码高清在线He too suggested that next week should be a preparation week for Malaysians to prepare for reopening. For example, restaurant owners clean their outlets, arrange tables and chairs, buy hand sanitizer and setting up for social distancing, etc this week.
"After this week, they can only reopen on May 11 and provide dine-in service."
欧美Av无码高清在线He added that this week of preparation could be used to teach Malaysians on the Standard Operation Procedures (SOP) that have been set, including social distancing, dine-in alone, queue while paying and taking the public transportation safely, etc.
"These must be done step by step, not hastily."