If you see anyone violating the standard operating procedures (SOPs) of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO), take a photo or video and send it to the authorities.
Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said reporting such cases to the police, local councils or the National Security Council (NSC) hotline would help the authorities ensure that the SOPs during this period are complied with.
“Thank you. By doing so, many people will be helping the government,” he said during his daily press briefing on the Covid-19 situation.
He said reports could be made at the nearest police station, local council offices, the NSC hotline at 88882010 or at the Malaysia Government Call Centre (MyGCC) at 80008000.
These hotlines, he said, will be operating round-the-clock.
Meanwhile, Ismail Sabri said those intending to travel outstation after May 10 must obtain permission from the police, since interstate travel is still banned under the Movement Control Order (MCO).
He noted that travel approval is subject to police discretion.
The police have allocated four days from May 7 to 10 to enable members of the public stranded during the MCO period to travel outstation back to their homes.
This would allow those from selected states to travel home, ensure smooth traffic flow and avoid congestion. – NST