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Klang Valley CMCO: All businesses can continue to operate, dine-in allowed for restaurants

Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya will be placed under Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) from midnight, 14th October 2020 for a period of two weeks. The National Security Council has issued its SOP guidelines which cover economic sectors.

All economic activities including businesses and industries in Klang Valley CMCO areas are permitted to continue. This includes restaurants, eateries, food trucks, hawker stalls, roadside stalls, kiosks and food courts.

The public is recommended to opt for drive-through, takeaway and delivery service. Dine-in is allowed, however, it is only limited to two person per table with adherence to SOP. As announced previously, entertainment centres including pubs and night clubs are not allowed to open.

Daily markets are only allowed to operate from 6.00am to 2.00pm while wholesale markets are permitted to open from 4.00am to 2.00pm. Farmer markets can open from 6.00am to 12pm, while night market operations are limited to 4.00pm to 10.00pm.

Petrol station operating hours will be limited from 6.00am to 10.00pm, but those located along highways can still operate for 24 hours. All public transport such as stage bus, express bus, LRT, taxi and eHailing are also allowed to operate.

All taxi and eHailing services are only allowed to carry a maximum of 2 passengers at a time and food delivery services are allowed to operate from 6.00am to 12.00am. Transport used to ferry workers are allowed to operate as before.

During the CMCO in the Klang Valley, inter-district travel is not allowed. However, employees that need to cross districts for work are allowed to do so with a work pass or authorisation letter from their employers. For those that need to travel interstate must first apply for permission from their nearest police station. Travel within the same district do not require a work pass or authorisation letter. Employers are encouraged to allow their employees to work from home if possible.

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For those that need to go out to buy essentials such as food and necessities, only two per household are allowed to leave their home. High-risk individuals including children are not encouraged to go out to crowded public spaces.

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Alexander Wong