Two Indonesian nationals say they are anxious over food stocks and the loss of income.
The women and family development ministry says the posts may have offended some people.
State Agriculture and Food Industry Minister Junz Wong says this is to avoid delays in procuring essentials under Putrajaya control.
The housing and local government minister says this is only a precaution after she is criticised for disinfecting a wet market.
Youth and Sports Minister Phoong Jin Zhe says they have been neglected in Putrajaya's economic stimulus package.
The ministry of manpower says it is able to link affected workers up with prospective employers who are looking to fill vacancies.
The six-month exemption will provide companies cash flow relief of about RM440 million.
The former chief minister says the state government must explain the shortage of virus reagents to test for Covid-19 last week.
Bar urges action as detainees appear without masks and cramped together.
151 plead guilty in three separate courts in the state to violating the movement control order.
Suhakam child commissioner Noor Aziah Mohd Awal says the government must safeguard children after reports that some tahfiz school pupils have been affected.
Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah says the crowd must be controlled and there should be no contact.
Both cases were postponed after the government extended the movement control order to April 14
The minister says those who ignore the warning should not be angry if action is taken.
Dr Jemilah Mahmood will advise Muhyiddin Yassin on health-related policies and initiatives.
Roadblocks will also be mounted round the clock at several spots in Klang town.
The latest deaths include an Indonesian national.
The former minister says the money belonged to him and his parents.
The latest fatality involves a 40-year-old lecturer from Kota Samarahan.
The women, family and community development ministry comes up with online posters on how to avoid domestic conflicts during the MCO.
Defence Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob says the people must continue to abide by the government's instructions during the Covid-19 crisis.
Annuar Musa says bazaars will be 'adjusted' as they are needed by many, especially those living in cities who have no time to cook after work.
The 11 men who were arrested last week for jogging around Jalan Mont Kiara and Jalan Desa Kiara must pay RM1,000 each or face a jail term of one month.
The Malaysian Palm Oil Association and Malaysian Estate Owners Association say the industry could be more helpful in containing the spread of Covid-19 if it was allowed to resume operations.