Business, industrial and economic activities can proceed during the two-week conditional movement-control order (CMCO) in Selangor, Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur, said Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
“This includes restaurants, food stalls, food truck, roadside hawkers, food court, food centre, food kiosks, grocery and convenience stores,” he said.
However, the senior minister said their business hours would be limited from 6am to 10pm during the partial lockdown that begins at midnight.
Ismail said businesses must strictly follow the standard operating procedure.
He said dine-in will be allowed at restaurants, but it will be restricted to only two people per table.
“But it would be best to opt for delivery, takeaways, or drive-through during this period,” he said.
“Daily market operations are between 6am to 2pm only. Wholesale market operations are between 4am to 2pm only.
“While farmers’ market operation is from 6am to 12pm and night market operations are between 4pm to 10pm,” he added.
For petrol stations, Ismail Sabri said that the operation hour is from 6am to 10pm, except for the ones located in highways, which are allowed to operate 24 hours.
He added that public transportation such as stage bus, express bus, light rail transit (LRT), taxi and e-hailing are also allowed to operate.
“For taxi and e-hailing services, we have limited to only two passengers at a time and food delivery are allowed to operate from 6am to 12am.
“However, for vehicles which provide services to workers, they are allowed to bring their passengers as usual,” he said.