MCO 3.0 Implemented Nationwide Till 7 June
Full List Of SOP For MCO 3.0
- Interdistrict and interstate travel is strictly prohibited (only allowed for emergency reasons or for work) – roadblocks will be set up at district and state borders.
- Only takeaways, drive-thru and delivery (no dine-in) are allowed for restaurants and F&B outlets in MCO districts (till 12AM only).
- All schools and education institutions will be closed. Childcare centres, tabika, taska, and tadikas are however allowed to operate to ease the burden of working parents.
- All forms of social activities and business events such as kenduris, weddings, celebrations, seminars, face-to-face meetings are not allowed. Majlis akad nikah is allowed with strict SOP set by authorities.
- All forms of sports and recreational activities are disallowed with the exception of jogging, cycling, and exercises in open spaces with proper physical distancing.
- Work-from-home arrangements are now mandatory – only a maximum 30% of management staff are allowed in the office at a time.
- Permission letters issued by employers to head to work are sufficient for employees who need to cross district lines – PDRM approval is not required.
- The number of passengers per vehicle (including private cars, taxis, and e-hailing vehicles) is limited to 3 people including the driver.
- 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 MySejahtera app, website, or SMS if stopped by authorities.
- Interstate and interdistrict travel for married couples living apart are allowed upon obtaining permission from the police/PDRM.
- While at home with only family members
- White in hotels or accommodation with only family members
- When alone in work space
- While doing sports or recreational activities (indoors and outdoors)
- In the car with only family members
- Indoors or outdoors without other individuals around
- While eating or drinking
- Spas & reflexology centres
- Clubs & pubs
- Theme parks & indoor playgrounds
- Contact sports & tournaments involving audiences
- Group sports and events such as fun runs & marathons
- Social activities involving big groups including weddings, receptions, gatherings, retreats, birthday celebrations, kenduri, and more.
- Business events involving big groups such as seminars, conferences, talks, exhibitions, and more.
- Restaurants & F&B outlets: 6AM – 12AM
- Petrol stations: 6AM – 12AM
- Convenience stores, kedai runcit: 6AM – 12AM
- Pharmacies: 6AM – 12AM
- Hospitals, clinics, medical labs: 24 hours
- Pasar harian, pasar tani, pasar awam: 6AM – 2PM
- Vets & pet stores: 6AM – 10PM
- Laundry shops: 6AM – 10PM
- Barbers, hairdressers: 6AM – 10PM
- Optical shops: 6AM – 10PM
SOP For Ramadan & Hari Raya Aidilfitri
- House and grave visiting is not allowed during Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
- Solat sunat Aidilfitri prayers are allowed in mosques and suraus with not more than 50 people in a space that can fit over 1,000 pax and not more than 20 people in a space that can fit less than 1,000 pax.
- Ramadan bazaars and Aidilfitri bazaars are not allowed to operate.
A Newly-Introduced HIDE System
The government has unveiled a new HIDE (Hotspots Identification for Dynamic Engagement) system, jointly developed by Bank Negara Malaysia and the Health Ministry of Malaysia. The HIDE system identifies COVID-risk locations and flags potential hotspots by using data from the MySejahtera system, providing a warning of COVID-19 spikes in locations across the country.
An article by Klook Blog – Click here to read the official article.