Malaysia’s full lock-downs (MCO 3.0) are set to be extended once again, according to news agency Bernama, citing Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.
The country-wide lock-down, which was initiated back in May, was supposed to end this 28th June.
Instead, it has now been extended as the number of daily cases continue to rise.
Citing the Prime Minister, it is possible that the lock-downs could be extended indefinitely until the number of new cases fall below 4,000 daily.
Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin also mentioned that the government is set to announce more comprehensive assistance to all groups of society this coming Monday or Tuesday.