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Movement Control Order in Malaysia (1 to 14 June 2021)

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Malaysian Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has implemented the Movement Control Order (“MCO”) for the period of 1 – 14 June 2021. Only essential economic sectors and services will be allowed to operate, Tan Sri Muhyiddin said.

List Of SOP For MCO 3.0

  • The MCO will be implemented nationwide for 2 weeks from 1 – 14 June 2021, and the list of SOP is applicable to all states and territories in Malaysia.
  • All economic and social activities are not allowed to operate with the exception of 17 essential services such as F&B, health and medical sectors, vets and animal clinics, water, energy, security, communications, post and courier services, banking, insurance, agriculture, fishing, and more. Refer to the list of essential services here.
  • Selected sectors in the manufacturing industry are allowed to operate with 60% worker capacity.
  • Most services will only be allowed to operate from 8AM – 8PM daily.
  • Shopping malls are not allowed to operate with the exception of tenants that fall under the essential services category such as supermarkets, restaurants, convenience stores, optical stores, pharmacies, and more.
  • All F&B outlets are allowed to operate for delivery and takeaway services only (Dine-in and park & dine services are not allowed).
  • While there will not be a curfew, Malaysians are urged to stay home after 8PM.
  • Only 2 people per household are allowed to head out to shop for daily necessities such as food, groceries, and medicine.
  • No crossing of state and district borders and travel distance is now limited to a 10KM radiusExceptions are allowed for emergencies such as death and to get medical help, permission can be obtained directly from the police when stopped at roadblocks (3 people per vehicle allowed for emergency situations).
  • Only 2 passengers (including the driver) are allowed per car in taxis and e-hailing vehicles, passenger must sit at the back.
  • All sports and recreational activities (including tournaments and trainings) are not allowed with the exception of jogging and non-contact individual exercise (till 8PM only).
  • All schools and education institutions will be closed throughout the MCO. Childcare centres (taska) and private (or international) kindergartens are allowed only to operate for children in the situation whereby both parents work in essential services.
  • Children the age of 12 and under are not allowed to be in public areas and facilities except for the purpose of emergency, treatment and education and exercise.
  • Face-to-face meetings, seminars, trainings, exhibitions, talks, and conferences cannot be held.
  • Social events such as weddings, receptions, birthday celebrations, reunions, retreats, akad nikah, and more are strictly prohibited.
  • Tourism activities and attractions such as aquariums, indoor playgrounds, zoos, farms, nature parks, museums, art galleries, karaoke centres, and more are not allowed to operate.
  • Citizens who need to cross district lines to head for their vaccination appointments do not require a permission letter from the police and can simply flash their proof of appointment on the MySejahtera app, website, or SMS if stopped by authorities.

For the Money Changers and Remittance service providers shop, most of the shop are open. Please contact them directly before you go down to the shop, to check for the business hours and currencies availabilities.

Stay safe!

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