Defence Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob just announced that a Conditional Movement Control Order will be implemented in several districts in Malaysia
The districts affected include Klang in Selangor, as well as Tuaran, Sandakan, and Papar in Sabah.
"Movement in and out of these districts are not allowed. Only essential services and factories involved with the chain of essential services are allowed to resume operations. Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) will list the essential services in the areas," he said.
He added that only two people within a household are allowed to leave their homes to purchase necessities. Besides that, all non-essential businesses must cease operations and restaurants will only be open until 6pm, while dine-ins are not allowed.
The movement order will be enforced starting 12.01am on Friday, 9 October
Ismail Sabri explained that police officers ranked Inspector and above may issue compounds on those who do not comply with CMCO standard operating procedures (SOPs) within the designated areas.
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