All States In Malaysia To Enforce MCO 3.0 Nationwide Starting Wednesday, 12th May To 7th June 2021
Entire Malaysia To Enforce MCO 3.0 Till 7th June 2021 until further notice.
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has just announced that Malaysia will be undergoing a nationwide Movement Control Order (MCO) starting from 12 May to 7 June 2021.
- Malaysia to be placed under MCO starting 12th May to 7th June 2021
- No dine-in allowed at all premises during MCO
- No. of passengers limit to 3 per vehicle
- No Raya visitations & burial ground visits this upcoming Hari Raya
PM declares MCO throughout Malaysia from 12 May until 7 June:
Interdistrict and Interstate travel restrictions
During the nationwide MCO, interdistrict and interstate travel is prohibited unless it is for an emergency, health, work, economy, vaccination, and for long-distance spouses. All forms of gathering including social activities are not allowed.
Individual fitness activities allowed
All sports and recreational activities are prohibited, however, individual activities such as jogging, cycling and exercise are still allowed with social distancing measures.
All education institutions must be closed but the exemption is given to students that are taking international exams. Childcare centers and kindergarten are allowed to operate while adhering to strict SOP.
3 per vehicle limit
The government has also imposed a passenger limit for vehicles. Private vehicles, taxis, and eHailing will be limited to a maximum of 3 people per vehicle including the driver. For vehicles that are used for transporting goods, the limit is subject to the permitted number of passengers defined under the vehicle’s registration.
Dine-in not allowed
Although restaurants and eateries can open, dine-in is strictly prohibited. They are allowed to offer to drive through and take-aways.
Hari Raya restrictions
During the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration, all home visits and visits to the cemetery are not allowed. The Solat Sunat Aidilfitri is allowed with a maximum limit of 50 people for mosques and suraus that have a capacity of more than 1,000 people, or a maximum limit of 20 people for smaller mosques and suraus with a capacity of fewer than 1,000 people.