In the early morning of the 4th of this month, a heavy rain caused heavy rains and floods in Seremban, the capital of Negeri Sembilan State, Malaysia. In some areas, the disaster was severe.
The flooding height almost covered the cars. The disaster area was plunged into an ocean and caused power outages in some areas. According to local media estimates, at least hundreds of families were affected by the disaster.
The Malaysian government announced on the 3rd that in order to curb the spread of the epidemic, Seremban, the capital of Negeri Sembilan State, implemented a “conditional movement control order” from November 5 to 18, which specifically involved the 9 districts of Seremban, during the control order.
It is forbidden for people to move across districts unnecessary. Some Malaysian media reported that in the coming week, people in Seremban will face the dual test of epidemic prevention and flood relief.