Agong will be shocked when he sees the following damages due the mis-management of the government .

Kuala Lumpur, Johor and Penang 126 hotels closed

Langkawi, Malacca City 115 hotels closed

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KL Parkroyal Hotel will be closed for renovation for 15 months

KL Plenitude closes 3 hotels

KL Syeun Hotel Closed

Kinta River Front Hotel closed

Tower Regency Hotel closure

Hilton Hotel cuts 2,100 employees

Four Points Hotel closure

Expedia layoffs 3,000 jobs

Tioman Resort Closed

Cold storage Petaling historic supermarket closed

100% of tourist agencies are temporarily or permanently closed, causing 370,000 people in the country to shut down

100% of theatres are temporarily or permanently closed, causing 43,000 people in the country to close

70%美发业#美发业 There is a wave of closure, affecting the livelihoods of 100,000 people

Colleges, training centres, professional schools are suspended, and more than 10,000 school buses are parked

Casinos, entertainment, KTV, bars, SPA, CLUB, GYM, temporarily or permanently closed,

Caused 1 million people in the country to suspend business

National chain milk tea shops also closed down one after another, laying off 25,000 employees

860,000 domestic college students, graduation equals career, employment opportunities are almost zero

The list continues to increase. Including unstated construction, development, contractors, supermarkets, and temporary sales.

81% in Malaysia #law firms will go bankrupt within one year, and they will not be able to escape downsizing. The disadvantages of combined operations or even closure

The lawyers of the Malaysian Bar Association have more than 20,000 members. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they are the same as most economic sectors that cannot be “stopped from the epidemic”. In addition, low industrial transactions have impacted business decline and faced “downsizing” or bankruptcy doom. … to strike a balance between companies and employees, we urge the government to strongly support professional categories, including law firms, because they constitute the lifeblood of the national economy.

Data from Sin Chew Daily, China News, and Oriental Daily.

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