MCO : Fishing, Gym, Golf, Motorsports Now Allowed!

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MKN just announced that fishing and more sports activities will be allowed during MCO!

Find out what has changed, and what it means for the MCO SOP in Malaysia!

 

MCO Changes Today : Fishing + More Sports, Gym Allowed!

On 11 February 2021, Malaysia National Security Council (MKN) announced that the government has decided to further liberalise the MCO SOP, to protect the economy.

Here are the changes announced by Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob :

Sports

  • These changes are effective from 12 February 2021 onwards.
  • Jogging, brisk walking, cycling and other forms of exercise are limited to TWO (2) persons, within the neighbourhood.
  • Tennis, badminton and ping pong are allowed, limited to one player on each side (singles).
  • 2-wheel and 4-wheel motorsports are allowed.
  • Self training for football, basketball, hockey, and sepak takraw, are allowed.
  • Gymnasiums, badminton courts, tennis courts, futsal courts, football fields and golf courses are allowed, according to advanced booking and schedule, to prevent crowding (30% max. capacity).
  • Gymnasiums must ensure physical distance of 1-3 m for static activities, and 3-5 m for dynamic activities.
  • Gym equipment must be spaced at least 2 metres apart, and must be sanitised after each use.
  • Gym group classes are FORBIDDEN. The use of changing rooms and shower rooms are FORBIDDEN.
  • At golf courses, every buggy is limited to one person, and caddies must wear face masks and gloves at all time. Club houses, changing rooms and shower rooms are FORBIDDEN.
  • All group sports and contact sports are still FORBIDDEN.

MCO : Fishing, Gym, Golf, Motorsports Now Allowed!

Fisheries + Recreational Fishing

  • Fishing and related activities are allowed from 12 February 2021 onwards.
  • Fishing ponds, houseboats, kelongs, raft houses, fishing boats are now allowed.
  • Fishing ponds must be registered with the local authorities and the fisheries department
  • Houseboats, raft houses, kelongs and fishing boats must be registered with the local authorities
  • Every person must maintain a physical distance of 2 metres, and their seating positions marked
  • Every person must register using MySejahtera or a manual logbook.
  • Every premise must undergo sanitisation every 2 hours during operation hours, and deep cleaning after operational hours.
  • Operational hours are only from 8 AM until 10 PM.
  • Fishing competitions and festivals are FORBIDDEN.
  • Houseboats, fishing boats, raft houses that are rented out for fishing trips cannot exceed 50% of maximum capacity.
  • Owners of houseboats, fishing boats, raft houses must register their clients using MySejahtera or a manual logbook.

Malaysia just announced that fishing and more sports activities will be allowed in MCO areas! Find out what has changed, and what it means for the MCO SOP in Malaysia! MCO Changes Today : Fishing + More Sports, Gym Allowed! On 11 February 2021, Malaysia National Security Council (MKN) announced that the government has decided to further liberalise the MCO SOP, to protect the economy. Here are the changes announced by Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob : <div class="su-note" id="" style="border-color:#e5e54c;border-radius:3px;-moz-border-radius:3px;-webkit-border-radius:3px;"><div class="su-note-inner su-u-clearfix su-u-trim" style="background-color:#FFFF66;border-color:#ffffff;color:#333333;border-radius:3px;-moz-border-radius:3px;-webkit-border-radius:3px;"> Sports These changes are effective from 12 February 2021 onwards. Jogging, brisk walking, cycling and other forms of exercise are limited to TWO (2) persons, within the neighbourhood. Tennis, badminton and ping pong are allowed, limited to one player on each side (singles). 2-wheel and 4-wheel motorsports are allowed. Self training for football, basketball, hockey, and sepak takraw, are allowed. Gymnasiums, badminton courts, tennis courts, futsal courts, football fields and golf courses are allowed, according to advanced booking and schedule, to prevent crowding (30% max. capacity). Gymnasiums must ensure physical distance of 1-3 m for static activities, and 3-5 m for dynamic activities. Gym equipment must be spaced at least 2 metres apart, and must be sanitised after each use. Gym group classes are FORBIDDEN. The use of changing rooms and shower rooms are FORBIDDEN. At golf courses, every buggy is limited to one person, and caddies must wear face masks and gloves at all time. Club houses, changing rooms and shower rooms are FORBIDDEN. All group sports and contact sports are still FORBIDDEN. </div></div> <div class="su-note" id="" style="border-color:#e5e54c;border-radius:3px;-moz-border-radius:3px;-webkit-border-radius:3px;"><div class="su-note-inner su-u-clearfix su-u-trim" style="background-color:#FFFF66;border-color:#ffffff;color:#333333;border-radius:3px;-moz-border-radius:3px;-webkit-border-radius:3px;"> Fisheries + Recreational Fishing Fishing and related activities are allowed from 12 February 2021 onwards. Fishing ponds, houseboats, kelongs, raft houses, fishing boats are now allowed. Fishing ponds must be registered with the local authorities and the fisheries department Houseboats, raft houses, kelongs and fishing boats must be registered with the local authorities Every person must maintain a physical distance of 2 metres, and their seating positions marked Every person must register using MySejahtera or a manual logbook. Every premise must undergo sanitisation every 2 hours during operation hours, and deep cleaning after operational hours. Operational hours are only from 8 AM until 10 PM. Fishing competitions and festivals are FORBIDDEN. Houseboats, fishing boats, raft houses that are rented out for fishing trips cannot exceed 50% of maximum capacity. Owners of houseboats, fishing boats, raft houses must register their clients using MySejahtera or a manual logbook. </div></div>

 

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