MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER (MCO) PHASE TWO

Members of Malaysian Army deployed to control in front of the City One Tower after the government decided to implement the Enhanced Movement Control Order throughout the building located on Jalan Munshi Abdullah, Kuala Lumpur. The Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) in the area was decided after the Ministry of Health (MOH) confirmed that there were 17 positive cases of COVID-19 infection. Malaysia government was implemented the Movement Control Order on 18 March 2020 (phase 1) until 28 April (phase 3) as a preventive measure towards the coronavirus pandemic COVID-19. The objective of this movement to isolate the source of the coronavirus outbreak. 32.37 million Malaysia people has to stayed home to stop Covid-19 outbreak. Malaysia is one of Southern East Asian countries effected with the pandemic with close to 5,000 cases and 82 death recorded so far (April 14, 2020). As Malaysia’s Movement Control Order (MCO) took effect on phase two start Wednesday (1 April), central Kuala Lumpur and other cities in Malaysia seemed largely deserted, construction worker stay at their house called ‘Kongsi” and two premises in Kuala Lumpur has totally lockdown. Here are some images from me captured those events and moments during the second week of MCO. photo adib rawi yahya

On the first day of Phase Two, residents of Menara City One will undergo the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) to comply with the Government’s directive following the Government’s decision to implement the EMCO after receiving advice from the Health Minister after 17 positive cases of COVID-19 infection were reported. photo adib rawi yahya

Members of Malaysian Army deployed to assist the Royal Malaysian Police Force took control in front of the City One Tower after the government decided to implement the Enhanced Movement Control Order throughout the building located on Jalan Munshi Abdullah inside Kuala Lumpur. The Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) in the area was decided after the Ministry of Health (MOH) confirmed that there were 17 positive cases of COVID-19 infection. photo adib rawi yahya

A sign ‘together we dealing with covid19 outbreaks’ seen along a desolated alley during the Movement Control Order (MCO) to combat the Covid-19 outbreak in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Movement Control Order are limiting the activities of people in Malaysia as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. photo adib rawi yahya/theSun

Foreign workers wear a mask out of cloth while stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Ngo’s takes on the unpopular move to help provide food and money to foreign workers effected by the MCO. Its Chairman recently handed out financial and food aid to foreign workers in construction site near Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. The workers are stuck in the confinement of their hostels called Kongsi. “They are not allowed to go out to purchase food items, sometimes sellers will come to the area and sell them essential items at illogical prices,” she said. The Chairman added there were reports by these workers that sellers try to sell them 5kg packs of rice at RM50.” They want to adhere to the MCO but the situation is making it impossible for them to survive,” she added. The ngo’s gave away rice, potatoes, flour, carrots, cabbages, cooking oil and other food items to the workers. ” We can only access those in Kongsi after their employers allow us to do so, otherwise it is strictly off limits,” she said. This ruling is what made a lot of workers stranded and decide to take measures on their own like breaking the MCO rules to buy food items or to go fishing or hunting. photo adib rawi yahya

Foreign worker stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Foreign worker stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Foreign worker stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Foreign worker stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Foreign worker stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Foreign worker stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Foreign worker stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Foreign worker stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Foreign worker stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Foreign worker stay at their hostels called Kongsi during the Movement Control Order by Goverment, which limits the activities of people in Malaysia include foreigners as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus at Klang outside Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Ngo’s distribute essential food items to 23 families in Kg Melayu outside Kuala Lumpur to help those in need following the Movement Control Order. photo adib rawi yahya

Ngo’s distribute essential food items to 23 families in Kg Melayu outside Kuala Lumpur to help those in need following the Movement Control Order. photo adib rawi yahya

Ngo’s distribute essential food items to 23 families in Kg Melayu outside Kuala Lumpur to help those in need following the Movement Control Order. photo adib rawi yahya

Police Officer control the in and out of residents at the apartment buildings in Kuala Lumpur after they were cordoned off due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the premises at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Malaysian army members control near the barb wire fence at the apartment buildings in Kuala Lumpur after they were cordoned off due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the premises at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Resident waiting for food during armed forces control the in and out of residents following the discovery of the COVID-19 case at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Resident take a picture with phone while Malaysian army members control near the barb wire fence at the apartment buildings in Kuala Lumpur after they were cordoned off due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the premises at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Resident looks outside while Malaysian army members control near the barb wire fence at the apartment buildings in Kuala Lumpur after they were cordoned off due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the premises at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Resident looks outside while Malaysian army members control near the barb wire fence at the apartment buildings in Kuala Lumpur after they were cordoned off due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the premises at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Resident looks outside while Malaysian army members control near the barb wire fence at the apartment buildings in Kuala Lumpur after they were cordoned off due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the premises at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

A cat seen walk near the apartment buildings that has been lockdown by government in Kuala Lumpur due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the premises at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Health workers prepare to wear protective suits before taking nasal and mouth swab from a resident during a testing in an attempt to contain the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The building were cordoned off due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Health workers wearing protective suits to taking nasal and mouth swab from a resident during a testing in an attempt to contain the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The building were cordoned off due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Health workers wearing protective suits to taking nasal and mouth swab from a resident during a testing in an attempt to contain the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The building were cordoned off due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Health workers wearing protective suits to taking nasal and mouth swab from a resident during a testing in an attempt to contain the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The building were cordoned off due to a number of cases of individuals with COVID-19 novel coronavirus at the Selangor and Malayan Mansion, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

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