Malaysia is open their business.Malaysia has decided to re-launch their business. The country’s prime minister, Muhyiddin Yassin, made the announcement in a statement on Friday.
Most of the businesses have been announced to open from May 4. However, in this case, the government will impose several conditions. Traders have to comply with them.
In a televised speech, Prime Minister Muhsin Yassin said businesses with large crowds would not be allowed to open now.
Lockdown has been going on in the country since the outbreak of coronavirus. This step has been taken to prevent the spread of corona.
However, due to the lockdown, the Malaysian government has already lost about 63 billion Malaysian ringgit.
This loss will only increase if the lockdown continues. As a result, the country’s economy will face huge losses. That is why the Malaysian government has decided to gradually open various businesses.
Meanwhile, more than 6,000 people have been infected with the deadly coronavirus in Malaysia so far. 102 people have lost their lives in Corona in the country.
In the country, 4,171 people have already recovered from Corona. There are 1,729 active cases of corona. On the other hand, the condition of 40 people is still critical.
News Room, May 1,2020