Sabah CMCO / PKPB : The Official MKN SOP!

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The entire state of Sabah is under a CMCO (PKPB) lockdown from 13-26 October 2020.

Here is the official MKN SOP on what’s allowed and what’s not allowed during the CMCO / PKPB lockdown of Sabah!

 

Sabah : CMCO / PKPB Lockdown For 2 Weeks!

After a third wave of COVID-19 cases, the Malaysia National Security Council ordered a CMCO (Conditional Movement Control Order) lockdown of Sabah.

The CMCO lockdown of KL, Selangor and Putrajaya will kick off at 12:01 AM on 13 October 2020, and last until 26 October 2020.

KL, Selangor, Putrajaya : CMCO Lockdown On 14 October!

 

Sabah CMCO / PKPB : The Official MKN SOP!

Here is the confirmed MKN SOP on what’s allowed and what’s not allowed during the CMCO / PKPB lockdown of Sabah :

GENERAL

  • No one is allowed to enter or leave Sabah, except for Sabahans, those with passes issued by the Sabah state immigration department, spouses of essential workers, and those who received special permission by the Sabah state government.
  • All individuals entering Sabah from air, sea and land must show a negative RT-PCR test 3 days before entry.
  • Cross-district travel is forbidden, except for work, economic or industrial purposes.
  • Workers will need a valid work pass or letter of permission from their employers to get past state and district roadblocks.
  • Cross-district travel for emergencies (sickness and funeral) requires advanced notice to the police.
  • Only two persons from each household are allowed to go out to purchase daily necessities.
  • Vehicles carrying necessities are allowed to cross districts.
  • Employers are encouraged to let their employees work from home.

ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES

  • All business, economic and industrial activity can proceed as usual.
  • Fishing, farming, plantation activities are allowed.
  • Businesses and manufacturing, including small and medium industries, must obtain permission from the Sabah state disaster management committee.
  • Restaurants, food stores, food trucks, hawkers, food courts, food stalls, food kiosks, groceries and convenience stores are allowed to open from 6 AM until 6 PM.
  • Dine-in is not allowed. Food purchases are limited to food deliveries, drive-through purchases and take-aways.
  • Wholesale markets and daily markets are allowed to open from 6 AM until 2 PM.
  • Farmer’s markets and night markets are not allowed.
  • Petrol stations are allowed to open from 6 AM until 6 PM.
  • Public buses and express buses are forbidden to operate.
  • Taxis and e-hailing vehicles are limited to 2 passengers, and allowed to operate from 6 AM until 8 PM.
  • Food deliveries are allowed to operate from 6 AM until 8 PM.
  • Hotels and motels are allowed to operate, but guests must remain in their rooms and order food through room service.
  • Hotel and motel facilities like gymnasiums, swimming pools, dining halls, seminar rooms and so on, are not allowed.

KL, Selangor, Putrajaya CMCO : Cross-State Travel SOP

HEALTHCARE

  • Public and private clinics and hospitals are allowed to open 24 hours.
  • Pharmacies and drugstores are allowed to open from 6 AM until 6 PM.

ACTIVITIES IN THE SEA

  • Boats around the coast and islands in the ESSZONE waters are only allowed for the purpose of purchasing food and essentials, from 6 AM until 2 PM.
  • Fishing boats and fish delivery boats in ESSZONE waters registered with the Fisheries Department are allowed to operate from approved jetties from 6 AM until 6 PM. They need to have a permit from the District Police Chief.
  • Non-Conventional Ships (NCS) from Indonesia and the Philippines are not allowed to enter ESSZONE waters for barter trade or transhipment.

PORTS + AIRPORTS

  • All ports and airport services are allowed to operate.

RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES

  • All religious activities in mosques, suraus and all other houses of worship are forbidden.
  • Mosques and suraus are allowed to recite the akan, and establish the five daily prayers with up to 6 congregants, including the imam.
  • All other houses of worship are limited to a maximum of 6 people.

ENTERTAINMENT, RECREATION + CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

  • All recreational, social and cultural activities, including weddings, are forbidden.
  • Entertainment centres, pubs, night clubs, exhibitions and cinemas are forbidden to open.
  • Public parks, recreation centres, indoor and outdoor playgrounds are forbidden to open.

Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya is under a CMCO (PKPB) lockdown from 14-27 October 2020. Here is the official MKN SOP on what's allowed and what's not allowed during this CMCO / PKPB lockdown of KL, Selangor and Putrajaya! <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;"> Originally posted @ 2020-10-12 Updated @ 2020-10-13 (twice) : We added the CMCO restrictions and permitted activities, as released by MKN. Updated @ 2020-10-14 : Added more details based on the official MKN SOP released today. </div></div> KL, Selangor, Putrajaya : CMCO Lockdown On 14 October! After a third wave of COVID-19 cases, the Malaysia National Security Council ordered a CMCO (Conditional Movement Control Order) in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya. The CMCO lockdown of KL, Selangor and Putrajaya will kick off at 12:01 AM on 14 October 2020, and last until 27 October 2020. KL, Selangor, Putrajaya CMCO / PKPB : Official MKN SOP Here is the confirmed MKN SOP on what's allowed and what's not allowed during the CMCO / PKPB lockdown of KL, Selangor and Putrajaya : GENERAL Only two persons from each household are allowed to go out to purchase daily necessities. People at high risk and children are not encouraged to go out. No one is allowed to enter or leave the areas under CMCO lockdown. Cross-district travel is forbidden, except for work, economic or industrial purposes. Cross-district travel for emergencies (sickness and funeral) requires advanced notice to the police. Workers will need a valid work pass or letter of permission from their employers to get past state and district roadblocks. Employers are encouraged to let their employees work from home. Travellers from other states who need to pass through Selangor and Kuala Lumpur to other states should obtain prior permission from the nearest police station. Individuals who intend to travel by air through KLIA, KLIA2 and Subang Airport must obtain prior permission from the police. Residents of KL, Selangor and Putrajaya are allowed to return from outstation, with the permission of the police. ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES All business, economic and industrial activity can proceed as usual. Businesses must ensure that customers are physically distanced by 1 meter while entering or leaving their premises. Businesses must limit the number of customers within their premise, and publicly display the maximum number of customers allowed inside. Supermarkets, shopping malls and retail stores are allowed, but must follow the established SOP. Restaurants, food stores, food trucks, hawkers, food courts, food stalls, food kiosks, groceries and convenience stores are allowed to open from 6 AM until 10 PM. Dine-in is allowed but limited to 2 person per table, but must follow the Food Sector SOP. Food deliveries, drive-through purchases and food take-aways are encouraged. Wholesale markets are allowed to open from 4 AM until 2 PM. Daily markets are allowed to open from 6 AM until 2 PM. Farmer's markets are allowed to open from 6 AM until 12 PM. Night markets are allowed to open from 4 PM until 10 PM. Petrol stations are allowed to open from 6 AM until 10 PM, except for those on highways - they can open 24 hours Public buses, express buses, MRT, LRT, ERL, Monorail, taxi and e-hailing services are allowed to operate. Taxis and e-hailing vehicles are limited to 2 passengers, and allowed to operate from 6 AM until 12 midnight. Food deliveries are allowed to operate from 6 AM until 12 midnight. All transportation and delivery vehicles involved in industry, business, and manufacturing are allowed to continue as normal, including cross-district and cross-state travel. HEALTHCARE Public and private clinics and hospitals are allowed to open 24 hours. Pharmacies and drugstores are allowed to open from 8 AM until 11 PM. FISHING, FARMING, PLANTATION INDUSTRIES The fishing, farming, plantation, livestock and related food chain industries are allowed to operate. PORTS + AIRPORTS All ports and airport services are allowed to operate. However, individuals who intend to travel by air through KLIA, KLIA2 and Subang Airport must obtain prior permission from the police. RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES All religious activities in mosques, suraus and all other houses of worship are forbidden. Mosques and suraus are allowed to recite the akan, and establish the five daily prayers with up to 6 congregants, including the imam. The management and workers at all other houses of worship are limited to a maximum of 6. Friday prayers will be determined by the state religious authorities. ENTERTAINMENT, RECREATION + CULTURAL ACTIVITIES All sports, recreational, social and cultural activities, including weddings, are forbidden. Entertainment centres, pubs and night clubs are forbidden to open. Theme parks, indoor playgrounds and cinemas are forbidden to open. SPORTS Individual sporting activities and non-contact recreation or those performed individually and not involving more than 10 people, like e-sports, walking, jogging, cycling, aerobics, hiking, fishing, and so on in the open are permitted. Indoor activities, camping, swimming, water sports, physical sports, combat sports, sporting tournaments are forbidden. Sporting events and competitions with spectators and/or with participants from other states are forbidden. Training programs by the National Sports Council and state sports councils can continue according to a Quarantine Based Approach. EDUCATION All public and private schools, institutions of higher learning, vocational training institutes, kindergartens, day care centres, tahfiz centres, public parks and recreation centres must close. However, students who are undergoing exams are permitted to continue taking their exams. SEMINARS / WORKSHOPS / CONFERENCES All seminars, workshops, courses, training, conferences, lectures and MICE (Meeting, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions) are forbidden. In-service training can continue but must be limited to the training area only. Face to face meetings are discouraged, and should be held through video conferencing. CELEBRATIONS Official and unofficial government and private ceremonies, and social events like weddings, banquets, engagement parties, aqiqah ceremonies, tahlil, birthdays, anniversary parties, reunions are forbidden. TOURISM All tourism activities out of the CMCO areas, and inside the CMCO areas are forbidden. COVID-19 : How To Keep Safe! Here are a few simple steps to stay safe from COVID-19 : Avoid suspected cases or disease hotpots, like hospitals, if possible! Avoid public events and crowds Keep our hands clean with soap or hand sanitiser Keep our home, office, vehicles, etc. clean If you need to wear a surgical mask, make sure you put it on and remove it properly! Wash your food with water (and soap) after purchase and before preparation Recommended : COVID-19 : Hand Sanitiser or Soap? Which Is Better? Recommended : Surgical Mask : How To CORRECTLY Wear + Remove! Recommended : Grocery Shopping Safety During COVID-19 Recommended : COVID-19 Food Safety : Fruits, Vegetables, Takeouts Recommended Reading DBKL Issued Old CMCO (PKPB) Info By MyGCC? Origani Staff Confirmed NEGATIVE For COVID-19! 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SPORTS

  • Sporting events and competitions with spectators and/or with participants from other states are forbidden.

EDUCATION

  • All public and private schools, institutions of higher learning, vocational training institutes, kindergartens, day care centres, tahfiz centres must close.

SEMINARS / WORKSHOPS / CONFERENCES

  • All seminars, workshops, courses, training, conferences, lectures and MICE (Meeting, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions) are forbidden.
  • Face to face meetings are discouraged, and should be held through video conferencing.

GATHERINGS

  • All forms of gatherings are forbidden.
  • Any activity that results in many people gathering in public and makes it impossible to enforce social distancing is forbidden.

TOURISM

  • All outstation tourism by Sabah residents is forbidden.
  • Tourism within the state involving foreigners are forbidden, except from approved countries.

 

COVID-19 : How To Keep Safe!

Here are a few simple steps to stay safe from COVID-19 :

  • Avoid suspected cases or disease hotpots, like hospitals, if possible!
  • Avoid public events and crowds
  • Keep our hands clean with soap or hand sanitiser
  • Keep our home, office, vehicles, etc. clean
  • If you need to wear a surgical mask, make sure you put it on and remove it properly!
  • Wash your food with water (and soap) after purchase and before preparation

Recommended : COVID-19 : Hand Sanitiser or Soap? Which Is Better?
Recommended : Surgical Mask : How To CORRECTLY Wear + Remove!
Recommended :
Grocery Shopping Safety During COVID-19
Recommended : COVID-19 Food Safety : Fruits, Vegetables, Takeouts

 

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