Malaysia MCO Phase 4 : Two Travel Restrictions Loosened!

In addition to lifting two business restrictions, Malaysia has also loosened two travel restrictions during the MCO Phase 4.

The Malaysian government will now allow up to two persons per car to purchase essentials or seek healthcare! In addition, they will permit travel beyond 10 KM under specific conditions.

 

Malaysia MCO Phase 4 : Starts 29 April 2020

After steady decline in the number of active COVID-19 cases, Malaysia officially kickstarts the Phase 4 (Recovery) of the MCO (Movement Control Order) today, 29 April 2020.

As first steps towards reopening the economy, the Malaysian government announced the lifting of two restrictions for businesses already approved by MITI to operate during the MCO.

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Malaysia MCO Phase 4 : Two Persons Per Car Now Allowed!

The Malaysian government also announced the loosening of travel rules during Phase 4 of the MCO.

Specifically, Malaysia will now allow up to two persons per car to leave their homes to purchase essentials, or seek healthcare.

  • two family members staying in the same house may now travel together to purchase essentials.
  • two persons (not necessarily staying together) may now travel together to seek healthcare.
Malaysia MCO Phase 4 : Two Persons Per Car Now Allowed!
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Malaysia MCO Phase 4 : Travel Beyond 10 KM Allowed

In addition, the government has slightly loosened the distance you may travel.

  • where possible, travel is still limited to a radius of not more than 10 km from your residence,
  • however, you may now travel beyond 10 km, if the essentials or healthcare you seek are not available within the 10 km radius.
  • for travel beyond 10 km for other reasons, you need to obtain prior written permission from the nearest police station.

 

Malaysia MCO Phase 4 : The Legalities

In the Federal Gazette published on 28 April 2020, the Malaysian government added these regulations that will take effect from 29 April 2020 to 12 May 2020 :

Conditions for movement 

4. (1) Where a person moves from one place to another place within any infected local area or from one infected local area to another infected local area— 

(a) to purchase food, medicine, dietary supplement, daily necessities or any other goods from any provider of essential services— 

(i) his movement shall only be to a place within a radius of not more than ten kilometres from his residence, or to a place nearest to his residence if such food, medicine, dietary supplement is or daily necessities or other goods are not available at a place within a radius of not more than ten kilometres from his residence; and 

(ii) he may be accompanied by one family member staying in the same house; 

(b) to seek healthcare or medical services— 

(i) his movement shall only be to a place within a radius of not more than ten kilometres from his residence, or to a place nearest to his residence if such healthcare or medical services are not available at a place within a radius of not more than ten kilometres from his residence; and 

(ii) he may be accompanied by any other person as may be reasonably necessary; 

 

Movement due to special and particular reason 

5. Where, due to a special and particular reason, a person needs to move from one place to another place within any infected local area or from one infected local area to another infected local area, that person shall obtain prior written permission of the police officer in charge of the police station nearest to the residence of such person. 

 

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