MCO changes the way Malaysians live

From Day 1 of the Movement Control Order (MCO), which started on March 18 and extended to April 14, livelihoods of Malaysians will never be the same again

Pic By TMR

A resident of the Selangor Mansion flat looking out of a window helplessly after the govt declared a full lockdown of 2 buildings in Jalan Masjid India, KL, on April 7 (Pic: Razak Ghazali/TMR)


Day 1 of the MCO on March 18 of an empty road in KL (Pic: Arif Kartono/TMR)


A deserted street in a busy KL area with shops shuttered (Pic: Arif Kartono /TMR)


A homeless couple with a young child seen living on a KL pedestrian overhead bridge on Day 14 before being rescued by a good Samaritan (Pic: Muhd Amin Naharul/TMR)


Food delivery dispatchers are also classified as frontliners as Malaysians order more takeouts during the MCO (Pic: Muhd Amin Naharul/TMR)


Ministry of Health frontliners deployed to the Jalan Masjid India area on April 8 to screen all residents of both buildings under Enhanced MCO (Pic: Razak Ghazali/TMR)


Day 10 of MCO saw people in long queue at Mydin USJ Subang in Selangor, where the 1m social distancing was blatantly ignored (Pic: Muhd Amin Naharul/TMR)