Coronavirus: Malaysia extends lockdown by two weeks;  Pakistan province blocks phones from unvaccinated people

Coronavirus: Malaysia extends lockdown by two weeks; Pakistan province blocks phones from unvaccinated people



Malaysia extended the nationwide lockdown by two weeks as the number of daily cases continues to rise, Defense Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said. The first phase of the lockdown, which is slated to end on June 14th, will last until June 28th. The decision to extend was made as new infections continue to exceed 5,000 daily. Malaysia reverted to a tough lockdown this month after daily infections exceeded a record 9,000 by the end of May, draining the country’s hospitals’ resources. Only essential sectors are allowed to….

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Malaysia extended the nationwide lockdown by two weeks as the number of daily cases continues to rise, Defense Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said. The first phase of the lockdown, which is slated to end on June 14th, will last until June 28th. The decision to extend was made as new infections continue to exceed 5,000 daily. Malaysia reverted to a tough lockdown this month after daily infections exceeded a record 9,000 by the end of May, draining the country’s hospitals’ resources. Only essential sectors are allowed to….

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