Majlis Keselamatan Negara (MKN) Movement Control Order (MCO) General Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) implemented throughout Peninsular Malaysia, Federal Territory of Labuan, Sabah and Sibu, Sarawak (Please refer to the respective updated MCO SOPs for Sabah and Sibu as of 17 January 2021) from 22 January until 4 February 2021 (except for Sibu, Sarawak – from 16 until 29 January 2021).

The infographic highlights the updated “SOP Am Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Majlis Keselamatan Negara (Dikemaskini: 21 Januari 2021)” issued by the National Security Council on 21 January 2021.

Latest updates:
  • Implementation period of MCO extended until 4 February 2021.
  • Inclusion of states, i.e. the whole of Peninsular Malaysia.
  • ALL activities are prohibited with the exception of the activities listed in the Essential Services List.
  • Additional essential services: (1) Automotive (repair and maintenance); (2) Communication including telecommunication and internet, post and courier and broadcasting; (3) Information technology including global business services and call centres; (4) In-studio digital creative content development including film editing; (5) Judicial and legal services; and (6) Retailing/ Distribution/ Wholesaling and its chains: (i) Shopping complexes, supermarkets/ hypermarkets; departmental stores (food, daily necessities, baby and childcare essentials, medicine, electrical equipment and COVID-19 protective equipment only); and (ii) Pharmacies/ personal care; convenience stores/ mini marts; laundrette (including self-service laundrettes); restaurants; optical shops; telephone shops; furniture shops; jewellery stores; electrical and electronic shops; bookshops and stationery stores; hardware stores; pet food; vehicle, maintenance and spare part workshops; car sales and distribution centres; and other specialty retail stores: petrol stations.
  • Eateries and food delivery services in states under the MCO are allowed to operate from 6AM until 10PM.
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