YDPA: Relaxation Of Rules Can Be Revoked If People Do Not Learn From Past Lessons

The King said that relaxation of rules can be lost again if the people continue to be negligent and do not learn from the past lessons.

According to BERNAMA, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong has urged the public to play a vigorous role until Malaysia is completely freed from the Covid-19 virus. The King also advised people to take care of their health and to comply with the roles to curb the spread of Covid-19.

With the ‘family spirit’ being combined with the prime minister’s concept of Keluarga (Family) Malaysia, the country is believed to achieve higher progress.

Lastly, the King hoped that the government budget can be handled by providing optimal outcomes to the socioeconomic status of the people, and to eradicate poverty.

He also advised the government to come up with a strategy immediately, and a more effective approach in addressing the issue of losses as in the Auditor General’s Report 2020.

According to Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin on 13 November, the national infectivity rate (Rt) is 1.04, the highest level since August. He advised people to keep the masks on, avoid crowded places and get the booster shot if it’s available.

As of 13 November, 75.9 per cent of the total population in Malaysia has been fully vaccinated.

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