Rules updated under conditional MCO

PETALING JAYA: Limited customer headcount, social distancing, use of hand sanitisers and disinfection exercises are the order of the day for the retail and transportation sectors once the conditional movement control order (MCO) kicks in on Monday.

In the retail sector, restaurants, shopping malls, boutiques, launderettes, jewellery stores, vehicle workshops and the like will be allowed to operate with 100% staff capacity.

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