Follow SOP in Sabah, Ismail Sabri urges following inter-district travel ban, targeted enhanced MCO in state

KUALA LUMPUR: Strict standard operating procedures (SOPs) must be adhered to in Sabah following the inter-district travel ban and targeted enhanced movement control order (MCO) on a few districts there, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

The Senior Minister (Security) said shops are allowed to operate from 6am until 8pm, including sundry shops and restaurants and petrol stations.

"Daily markets can operate from 6am until 2pm while night markets, pasar tani, tamu and wholesale markets can operate based on existing SOPs," he told a press conference on Saturday (Oct 3).

Taxis, e-hailing, and food delivery services are permitted to operate from 6am until 8pm, he added.

"For more detailed information, visit the MKN (National Security Council) website," Ismail Sabri said.

Travelling between districts in Sabah is prohibited for all, except for a few categories, including teachers and those travelling for official and government matters, he added.

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