Malaysia has 4,987 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 82 related deaths as of April 14. On March 16, the government banned travels in and out of the country, mandated 14-day quarantines for international arrivals, and announced the Movement Control Order which bans all religious, sports, social, and cultural activities, and mandates the closure of all non-essential business premises. As case numbers continue to climb through March, essential businesses were asked to operate only from 8am to 8pm beginning April 1.

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