Here is the latest MKN SOP on what’s allowed and what’s not allowed, from 10 March 2021 onwards!
For CMCO / PKPB SOP, please see CMCO / PKPB SOP : 12 March 2021 Edition
No More MCO, Now CMCO + RMCO Until 18 March 2021!
Starting 5 March, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Penang and Johor will no longer be under MCO (Movement Control Order).
They will join Negeri Sembilan, Johor, Kedah, Perak and Kelantan as states under CMCO (Conditional Movement Control Order).
Melaka, Pahang, Terengganu, Sabah, Putrajaya and Labuan will join Perlis as states under RMCO (Recovery Movement Control Order).
On 9 March, MKN announced that the island of Langkawi would be placed under RMCO starting 10 March 2021.
|CMCO / PKPB||RMCO / PKPP
Kedah (except LangkawI)
The new CMCO and RMCO restrictions will extend from 5 March until 18 March 2021.
If you are wondering about Sarawak, it is still under CMCO / PKPB, which was extended earlier to 15 March 2021.
Latest RMCO / PKPP SOP : 12 March 2021 Edition
Here is the new, updated MKN SOP on what’s allowed and what’s not allowed in RMCO / PKPP areas from 10 March 2021 onwards :
- Travel within the RMCO / PKPP area is allowed.
- Travel to other RMCO areas, CMCO areas, or EMCO areas is FORBIDDEN, except with police permission.
- Private vehicles are allowed to carry passengers up to their maximum licensed capacity. However, vulnerable individuals and children are not encouraged to go out to public, open and crowded areas.
- Goods and services vehicles are allowed to carry people up to their maximum licensed capacity.
- Travel of private, government and company vehicles for commuting to work and official business is permitted, up to vehicle capacity.
- All activities and services at all airports and ports are allowed.
- Public transportation such as public bus, express bus, LRT / MRT / ERL / monorail, ferry, airplanes, taxis / e-hailing vehicles are allowed, according to their licensed capacity.
- Interstate travel for couples in long-distance marriage are allowed with police permission.
TRAVEL BUBBLE TOURISM
- Interstate tourism is allowed between RMCO areas, but only through tour packages from tour agencies that have registered with the MOTAC (Ministry of Tourism, Art and Culture), except in Sabah.
- Private travel is FORBIDDEN.
- Travel is only allowed using tour vehicles registered with MOTAC.
- Tour agencies must obtain PDRM permission for interstate travel.
- Tour vehicles must travel directly to RMCO areas and are not allowed to stop in CMCO areas.
- Travel from CMCO to RMCO is FORBIDDEN.
TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN SABAH
- Travel within Sabah in allowed within these district zones :
Zone 1 : Kota Kinabalu, Kota Belud, Ranau, Tuaran, Penampang, Putatan and Papar.
Zone 2 : Beaufort, Kuala Penyu and Sipitang.
Zone 3 : Kudat, Kota Marudu and Pitas.
Zone 4 : Sandakan, Beluran, Telupid, Kinabatangan and Tongod.
Zone 5 : Tawau, Semporna, Lahad Datu, Kunak and Kalabakan.
Zone 6 : Keningau, Tambunan and Tenom.
- Travel between district zones is not allowed, except with police permission.
ACTIVITIES WITHIN RMCO / PKPP AREAS
- All business / economic / industrial activities are allowed to operate.
- Supermarkets, shopping malls and retail stores are allowed to operate according to existing SOP.
- Restaurant, food stall, cafe, food truck, hawker, street vendor, food court, hawker centre, food kiosk, grocery shop, convenience store are allowed to operate according to existing SOP.
- Restaurant and cafe are allowed to offer dine-in service (1 metre distance between customers), take-away, delivery or drive-through.
- Daily market, wholesale market, farmer’s market, night market and late night bazaar are allowed to operate as usual, according to the existing SOP.
- Petrol stations and laundry services are allowed to open as usual.
- Spa, reflexology, massage, wellness services, including pedicure and manicure services, are allowed from 6 AM until 12 midnight.
- All other business operations offering daily necessities are allowed to open as usual.
- Private and public clinics and hospitals are allowed to operate 24 hours a day.
- Pharmacies and drugstores are allowed to operate as usual.
HEALTH PROTOCOL FOR BUSINESS PREMISES
- Premise / business owners must ensure there is a 1 metre physical distance between customers at the entry and exit points of their premises.
- Hand sanitisers must be provided at entry points, and customers must use them before entering.
- Premise / business owners must provide the MySejahtera QR code and a logbook for registering customers.
- Registration using MySejahtera app is mandatory in areas with Internet coverage. Exceptions will be given to areas with no Internet coverage, like rural areas.
- Premise / business owners must ensure that customers check in using MySejahtera or write their names and telephone numbers into the logbook and scan their body temperature. Those with body temperature exceeding 37.5 degrees Celsius are NOT ALLOWED to enter the premise.
- Premise / business owners must ensure that only customers with Low Risk status in MySejahtera are allowed to enter their premise.
- Premise / business owners must limit the number of customers within their premises to ensure a 1 metre radius at all times, and publicly list the maximum number of people allowed in their premise.
- All workers, suppliers and customers must wear face masks correctly while they are inside the premise.
- There must be good ventilation at all premises.
- It is MANDATORY to wear face masks in all crowded public places, except these places / activities :
– your own home, with your own family members
– hotel room / paid accommodation, with your own family members
– your own work space
– indoor and outdoor sporting activities
– your own vehicle, with your own family members
– indoor and outdoor public areas, without other individuals
– eating and drinking at public areas, without other individuals
- Travel in and out of CMCO / RMCO areas for work is allowed, with employer’s letter or work pass.
- Travel into EMCO areas is FORBIDDEN.
SPORTS + RECREATION
- All individual and team sport and recreational activities are SUBJECT to the Sports & Recreational SOP.
- State and community competitions and championships are allowed, with the permission of the Ministry of Youth and Sports (KBS), and without spectators / supporters.
- National competitions and championships that involve interstate travel (like MFL, MHL and STL) are allowed, with police permission, and without spectators / supporters.
- National or international competition or championship MUST obtain permission from the Ministry of Youth and Sports (KBS), and without spectators / supporters.
- Phased Centralised Training Programs for teams involved in MFL, MHL and STL through home / camp quarantine is allowed.
- Centralised Training Programs by the National Sports Council and state sports councils using camp quarantine are allowed.
- Group sports or recreational activities WITHOUT PHYSICAL CONTACT, with physical distancing and supervision, is allowed,
INDUSTRIAL + ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
- All industrial and economic activities can operate as usual, according to the SOP.
- Interstate and inter-district travel is permitted for all vehicles used for business, industry and manufacturing activities.
FISHING, PLANTATION + FARMING
- The fishing, farming, plantation, livestock and related food chain industries are allowed to operate as normal.
TOURISM + CULTURE
These domestic tourism activities are allowed to operate with physical distancing, wearing of face masks and compliance with SOP :
- Tourist attractions like zoo, farm, aquarium, edutainment centre, recreation park, extreme park, adventure park, nature park and so on.
- Art, culture and heritage sites like museum, library, art gallery, heritage centre, cultural performance and so on.
- Theme park and family entertainment centre
All other tourism and cultural activities, OTHER than those in the Negative List are subject to the Tourism and Cultural Sector SOP.
- Activities at mosques and suraus are allowed.
- Activities in non-Islamic houses of worship are allowed.
MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions)
- Seminars / workshops / courses / conferences / meetings / tradeshows and related activities including meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (MICE) are allowed to operate at maximum premise capacity.
- They must ensure physical distancing, the wearing of face masks, and compliance with the MICE SOP.
- Business travellers from permitted countries must use the One Stop Center (OSC) platform, and comply with existing entry requirements.
- Face-to-face meeting for official or work reasons in office, hotel and other venues are allowed, subject to physical distancing and wearing of face masks.
- All events, shows, performances, live music and live band activities in hall, auditorium, art premise, convention centre, studio, stadium and hotel lounge are allowed with audience with physical distancing.
- Events are limited to special and licensed locations like convention centres, galleries, trade centres, art premises and other licenced MICE premises.
- Lounge hotel performance is allowed with audience at full capacity with physical distancing.
- The management staff, artistes, and crew are allowed at full capacity.
- Music, animation, film, drama and documentary production, inside and outside the studio, are allowed.
- Busking activities at cafeteria, food court, food stores and shopping mall are allowed.
- Cinemas and drive-in theatres are allowed.
CHILD + SENIOR CARE
- Childcare centres, kindergartens and daycare facilities are allowed to operate, with permission by the relevant ministry / agency.
- Parents sending their children to childcare, kindergarten or daycare are allowed to use vehicles up to the licensed capacity.
- Daycare facilities for the disabled, senior citizens, women and all other care facilities are allowed to operate.
- Public and private schools, higher education institutes, training institutes, tahfiz centres, kindergarten, tuition centres, language centres, skill centres, enrichment centres and all other educational institutes are allowed to operate.
- Candidates for SPM 2020 and 2021, STPM, SVM, STAM, SKM, DVM and entry assessment for special schools (Form 1 and Form 4) and international examinations are allowed to travel into any MCO / CMCO / RMCO areas, with letters from the Ministry of Education.
- Lecturers and teachers are allowed to travel, with letters from Ministry of Education or Ministry of Higher Education.
- Boarding school students must obtain permission letters from their institutes for interstate travel.
- Tuition class, music class, dance class, language class and so on are allowed.
- Official and unofficial, public and private, events and social gatherings such as feast, Akad Nikah, wedding, engagement, reception, aqiqah ceremony, tahlil, anniversary, birthday, reunion, retreat and so on, are allowed.
- Such events must follow the Government & Private Event SOP and Social Event SOP.
NEGATIVE LIST (FORBIDDEN ACTIVITIES)
- Pub and night club
- Participation of foreign athletes or sports officials without permission from the Malaysia Immigration Department.
- Group activities with physical contact, without supervision.
- Championship / competition WITHOUT permission from the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
- Championship / competition (international or local) with spectators.
- Mass and group activities that makes physical distancing impossible, like fun run, fun ride, marathon, triathlon and so on.
- Tourism into MCO, CMCO and EMCO areas.
- Overseas tourism.
- Domestic tourism involving foreign tourists, except those from permitted countries.
- Foreigners travelling to Malaysia, except those with permission from the Malaysia Immigration Department, and in compliance with existing entry requirements.
- Any group activity that makes it difficult for physical distancing or compliance with DG Health orders.
- Any other matters that will be decided by the government from time to time.
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