Thursday, January 20, 2022


KL, 5 states to remain under CMCO

Selangor, Johor, Kelantan, Sarawak and Penang will remain under conditional movement control order in addition to Kuala Lumpur.

CMCO extended in KL, 5 states, interstate travel ban to remain

Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Johor, Kelantan, Penang and Sarawak will remain under conditional movement control order for another two weeks.

Targeted travel bubbles could herald a return to the golden age of tourism

But these will only work if everyone is responsible about following the SOPs.

6 states including Selangor, KL to remain under CMCO

Perak and parts of Negeri Sembilan and Kedah will move on to the recovery phase of the movement control order.

Tourism sector inches back to life with relaxed travel restrictions for some states

Industry players hail the green light for tourism travel between RMCO states as a good sign.

Travel for tourism allowed between RMCO states

However, only vehicles registered with the tourism, arts and culture ministry will be allowed, among other conditions.

MCO states to come under CMCO

Inter-district travel will also be allowed although the ban on interstate travel remains.

RMCO extended until end-March

The RMCO was previously scheduled to end on Dec 31, 2020.

Christmas activities allowed with conditions in CMCO, RMCO areas

Open houses and carolling activities will not be allowed although services can be held on Dec 24 and 25.

CMCO to continue in KL, Sabah and most of Selangor

The conditional movement control order in these states will continue until Dec 20 while other states will see it lifted except in certain areas.

Expert warns of counter-productive ‘MCO 2’ as Covid-19 sees nationwide spike

This comes as health authorities announce the highest number of daily cases since the MCO was eased in June.

Sports-related businesses allowed to operate until 2am

Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob says the decision took into account the problems faced by operators who were only allowed to open until midnight.

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