DBKL lists operating hours for businesses during conditional MCO

KUALA LUMPUR City Hall (DBKL) has fine-tuned the operation hours for business and services under its purview here to ensure the successful implementation of the conditional movement control order on Monday (May 4).

This follows the announcement of Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin on May 1 to reopen the economy.

The new guidelines list the operation hours for wet markets, hypermarkets, sundry shops, restaurants, roadside stalls and services like laundry and others.

Operation hours for respective business are as follows:

> Mini market and sundry shops: 8am to 8pm

>Convenience stores (KK Mart, 7-Eleven): 8am to 10pm

>Restaurants, food courts, hawker centres, roadside stalls, food trucks, mobile stalls, temporary roadside stalls: 7am to 10pm

>Launderettes (including self-service): 9am to 10pm

>Wholesale and sheltered wet markets: 6am to 6pm

>Fresh food markets: 7am to 11am

>Car workshops: 8am to 9pm

>Petrol stations: 6am to 10pm

>Hotels: 12am to 12pm (Only for essential services allowed by the government)

>Optical, furniture, goldsmith, electrical and electronic, book, hardware and pet food shops: 10am to 8pm

>Shopping complexes, departmental stores, pharmacies, fashion, boutique and self-care shops: 10am to 10pm

>Construction sites with permit: Based on previous DBKL permit

Not allowed:

>Sports activities, swimming, contact sports that involve more than 10 people

>Movies, theatres, karaoke centres, theme parks, museums, busking, entertainment centres, night clubs

>Barber shops, hair salons, beauty parlours, and reflexology centres

>Pasar Malam, open market bazaars

The public can call 03-4024 4424 or 03-4026-7222 for further details

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