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Friday 1 May 2020

Conditional MCO Starting May 4, 2020, In Malaysia

Conditional MCO Starting May 4, 2020, In Malaysia
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In a Labour Day speech on Friday (May 1) today, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin this morning announced that the government is enforcing a conditional movement control order starting May 4 to ease the partial lockdown implemented in March to contain the Covid-19 pandemic.

Well, what are your thoughts on this? Is this good news or bad news for you? Bet many Malaysian out there have mixed feeling about the whole issue, some may want to get out to go back to work while some may prefer the MCO be extended to a longer period for a safer period and opt to work from the comfort of home.

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For me, I personally it should be extended - To Be Safe Than Sorry. The virus is still out there, so let's apply our good judgement in our daily activities based on principles of heightened hygiene practices, masks and social distancing. Do not leave your home unnecessary and follows the SOPS at all times. 

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In a special address,  Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin stated that certain economic and social activities will be allowed except for mass gatherings which would expose the public to Covid-19 infections.

Come May 4, nearly all sectors will be allowed to resume operations under a conditional movement control order MCO. Although, some sectors will remain barred, including cinemas, night clubs, karaoke joints, and reflexology outlets.

Here’s a list of other sectors that are still prohibited from opening, along with activities that remain barred.
  • Museums
  • Theme parks
  • Beauty salons and barbers
  • Cruise ships
  • Ramadan and Raya bazaars
  • Self-service launderettes
  • Seminars and ceramahs
  • Conventions and exhibitions, including tourism and bridal fairs
  • Busking
  • Sports competitions that involve supporters
  • Indoor sports facilities including gymnasiums
  • Recreational fishing
  • Movie filming
  • Public concerts
  • Use of hotel facilities such as spas, seminar rooms, lounges, restaurants and cafes
  • Bank-related sales and marketing activities outside office premises

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