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No Dine-In Rule Still Applies To Restaurants In Selangor During CMCO, According To State MB

Here's What You Need To Know

TL;DR

  • The Selangor state government will not allow restaurants in the state to have dine-ins.
  • Restaurants and eateries can operate from 7am to 10pm daily.
  • Takeaway and delivery services only.
  • Food vendors without premises and food trucks will only be allowed to resume operations after May 12, 2020.

Hello, foodies! If you live in Selangor or operate a restaurant in the state, take note because we have important news for you. The Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) begins today and although there is slightly more freedom, it looks like the Selangor state government will not be adopting the CMCO. Listen up, Selangor folks!

No Dine-In, Only Takeaway & Delivery; According To Selangor State Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari

Photo: Yusof Mat Isa via Malay Mail (Website)

On May 1, 2020, the Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin made an announcement to implement the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) for the fourth (and hopefully last) phase of the MCO in response to curb the spread of Covid-19. However, the state of Selangor will not be adopting the CMCO, as announced by the Selangor State MB, Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari.

Here’s What You Need To Know About Selangor’s CMCO Rules

1. No dine-ins allowed, only takeaway and delivery

Photo: Bernama via New Straits Times (Website)

Restaurants and eateries can operate from 7am to 10pm daily. Restaurants and eateries must not allow customers to dine-in. Netizens can opt for takeaway or delivery services.

2. No operations for food vendors without premises and food trucks

Food vendors who operate a business without a premise are not allowed to resume operations until further notice. This condition also applies to food trucks. Food vendors without premises and food trucks are only allowed to operate after May 12, 2020.

3. No morning and night markets, carnivals, and Ramadan bazaars

In line with the Federal government’s decision, there will be no morning and night markets. More importantly, Ramadan bazaars are prohibited from operating until further notice.

4. Construction industry permitted to resume operations

Relating to the construction industry, companies are allowed to resume operations at maximum levels. But, the State requires the construction company to have a safety action plan to control the spread of Covid-19. Note: Approval must be received from the respective local councils to resume work.

5. Netizens can exercise in open areas and community parks, but must practice social distancing

Activities in public parks such as Tasik Shah Alam, Taman Jaya, and Tasik Cempake are still not allowed. Also, indoor sporting venues and swimming pools will remain closed. Hiking activities are also not allowed.

Adapted from The Star

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