New MCO, CMCO, RMCO dos and don’ts

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The government has just announced a new phase of several movement control orders (MCO) set to take effect from Feb 19 to March 4.

Bernama

While most of the country had been under MCO 2.0 previously, this has been phased into the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) for several states.

Some of the restrictions for the MCO and CMCO have also been relaxed slightly.

Here’s what we know so far.

MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER (MCO)

States and Federal Territories: Penang, Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Johor

Duration: 14 days from Feb 19 to March 4.

Ease of Restrictions:

  1. Dine-ins allowed according to the shop’s capacity after taking into account at least one-metre of physical distancing. This means more than two can sit at a table.
  2. No more 10km radius of travel limit.
  3. Ban on interdistrict, interstate travel remains.

CONDITIONAL MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER (CMCO)

States and Federal Territories: Sabah, Pahang, Negri Sembilan, Terengganu, Kelantan, Perak, Melaka, Kedah, Labuan and Putrajaya

Duration: 14 days from Feb 19 to March 4. (Sarawak CMCO from Feb 15 to March 1.)

Ease of Restrictions:

  1. Dine-ins allowed according to the shop’s capacity after taking into account at least one-metre of physical distancing. This means more than two can sit at a table.
  2. Spa activities permitted.
  3. Number of passengers in vehicle according to capacity.

RECOVERY MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER (RMCO)

States and Federal Territories: Perlis

Duration: 14 days from Feb 19 to March 4.

Ease of Restrictions:

  1. Spa activities permitted. – NST