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COVID-19: Selangor, KL & Putrajaya To Implement CMCO For 2 Weeks Starting 14th October

TL;DR

  • Selangor, KL & Putrajaya to implement CMCO from 14th till 27th October 2020
  • Inter-district travel will be prohibited
  • Only two members of same household allowed
  • Shutdown of non-essential services

Selangor, KL & Putrajaya To Undergo CMCO

Photo: Bernama

This just in from the government that Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya will be placed under Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) or PKPB effective starting from 14th October till 27 October.

This means that inter-district travel will be prohibited effective immediately starting midnight of 14th October, Wednesday. Workers will need to show official work pass from employers in order to move from one district to another.

Photo: Yahoo News

Restrictions also include having only just two members from the same household to buy food and household supplies, and the shutdown of all non-essential services. Restaurants, grocery shops and convenience stores can still operate but limited to delivery and takeaway.

In the meantime, all social or religious activities have been banned for the period of time. This includes learning institutions, kindergarten, nursery, public parks and recreational parks. All sports activities, recreational, social, cultural and wedding receptions are also not allowed to take place.

Stay Safe & Stay At Home If Possible

Don’t panic, guys! This two weeks will be crucial in flattening the surge of cases in red zone areas and curb the spread of the virus to other districts. Stay safe and be cautious, everyone!

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