Malaysia extends movement curbs until April 28 to contain coronavirus outbreak

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KUALA LUMPUR, April 10, 2020, SPA -- Malaysia extended movement and travel restrictions on Friday for another two weeks, until April 28, as it tries to contain a coronavirus outbreak which has left it with the most infections in Southeast Asia, Reuters reported.
The curbs, imposed on March 18, were originally set to end on April 14. But the government reported 118 new cases on Friday, bringing its total to more than 4,200.
However, continued curbs are necessary to break the chain of transmission, while the government places a greater focus on groups that are the sources of infection, the prime minister said
-- SPA
14:55 LOCAL TIME 11:55 GMT