Conditional Movement Control Order Extended Until 9th June, 2020

Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, in a special address yesterday to the rakyat, extended the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) until 9th June, 2020.

Despite most districts in the country are now green zones, meaning that there are no on-going cases of COVID-19, the authorities are not taking any chances to allow the mass movement of people.

During CMCO, which came into effect on 4th May, the majority of business sectors are premitted to operate as usual. However, a few businesses are to remain closed, particularly those that have close contact with customers or promote crowd gathering, such as beauty salon, foot reflexology, and hosting of dinner banquets. And to reiterate, there is no Aidilfitri ‘balik kampung’ travel at all.

allowed in Perak during CMCO
allowed in Perak during CMCO

Since the announcement yesterday, there has been no further update from Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu with regards to changes to CMCO regulations at state level. Therefore, to know what business is open when in Perak, do check out these two visuals attached.

disallowed in Perak during CMCO
disallowed in Perak during CMCO

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