Retrieved 17 March 2020 — via Prime Minister's Office of Malaysia. On 4 September 2021, Melaka moved to Phase 2. As each phase is based on the amount of new cases, people requiring ICU treatment, and vaccination rates by having two shots , it can be extended, or moved on to the next phase, whenever possible.Next
Within areas under enhanced MCO, only household Christmas gatherings will be allowed.
In this phase, all economic sectors will be allowed to operate including domestic travel, but under strict SOPs.Next
Retrieved 3 May 2021.
The Prime Minister also announced that interstate travel would be allowed from 10 June under the RMCO except in areas remaining under the Enhanced Movement Control Order EMCO. The SOPs for KL's MCO will follow those set for the six affected districts in Selangor.Next
Retrieved 16 February 2021.
Moments after the order was announced in Malaysia, With the announcement of the movement control, various diplomatic missions such as the and have ceased issuing , while prohibited Malaysian citizens from travelling to its country.
Retrieved 28 April 2020.
Moreover, from April 1 to 27,17 new clusters were recorded in KL.Next
Retrieved 18 March 2020.
Astro Awani in Malay. Retrieved 24 May 2021.Next
All of them except for indoor busking were subjected to a 30% capacity rule.
This is to rush the people of Sabah into being completely vaccinated within a month. On 1 October, Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Melaka, and Kedah moved to Phase 3, as the overall R-naught, daily infections, and ICU COVID-19 patient rates had dropped in those states.Next
Retrieved 20 March 2020.
The PDRM initially warned that violators of the MCO's regulation may be subjected to various penalties under the. For those who have just returned from overseas, they would be required to undergo a health check and a 14-day quarantine or self-quarantine. The states of , , , and decided to not implement the CMCO by 4 May, either to give way to discussions regarding the implications of reopening economic sections towards the future trend of Malaysia's pandemic or to secure the positive development of the pandemic.
Under Section 5 of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988, the Health Ministry is the main authority in charge.