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No physical campaigns during Melaka polls

Nov 08, 2021


no physical campaigns during melaka polls

No physical campaigns, public speeches, and talks are allowed during the Melaka state election.

The Election Commission chairman says it's a precaution against COVID-19.

Meanwhile, he says parties are allowed to put up banners and buntings, as well as distribute pamphlets into residents' post boxes.

Such activities are limited to groups of three.

Datuk Abdul Ghani Salleh adds that voters need not worry about casting their votes amid the pandemic.

He assured that strict SOPs will be enforced throughout the polls.

112 candidates are eligible to contest in the Melaka state election this month.

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Clinics giving out booster shots urged to call recipients of any appointment changes

no physical campaigns during melaka polls

Health clinics that are giving out the COVID-19 booster shot have been urged to contact recipients of any appointment changes.

Meanwhile, the Health Ministry says it is working to update the MySejahtera app due to issues over the appointments.

It was reported that some recipients in Negeri Sembilan were told to take the third jab at certain facilities.

However, they found that the clinics were closed on their date of appointment.

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Govt will continue with COVID-19 measures until Msia ready to enter endemic phase

no physical campaigns during melaka polls

The government has not ruled out the possibility that new COVID cases will continue to rise, even after we enter the endemic phase of the coronavirus.

The Health Ministry says it will continue to carry out preventative measures, until Malaysia is ready to enter the endemic stage.

Meanwhile, the Health Ministry detected a slight rise in daily infections, at 4,543 today.


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