CMCO Has Been Extended For Four Weeks, Till June 9

Prime Minister of Malaysia, Muhyiddin Yassin has now announced during a televised broadcast that the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) is now extended for four additional weeks.

This makes the new end date for the CMCO on June 9.

This new extension was decided after heeding the advice of the National Security Council, as well as the Ministry of Health. However, this means that interstate travel for Hair Raya, Kaamatan and Gawai are still not permitted.

“What this means is all the rules and standard operating procedures (SOPs) that are being implemented currently will remain until June 9.

“Any changes to these SOPs, or the list of business sectors that are allowed to operate, will be announced in the future,” he said in the televised broadcast earlier today.

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