Covid-19: Conditional MCO only for Mukim Klang; Port Klang, other areas not affected

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  • Thursday, 08 Oct 2020

PETALING JAYA: The conditional movement control order (MCO) in Klang that would come into force from Friday (Oct 9) is confined only to Mukim Klang.

Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said Port Klang and other parts of Klang would not be affected.

"After seeking the Health Ministry's advice, and discussion with the Selangor Mentri Besar, the meeting had agreed that the conditional MCO in Klang is confined to Mukim Klang.

"However, other specific localities regarded as red zones would be announced later," the Defence Minister said.

"To ensure economic activities and the supply sectors are not affected, we have agreed for wholesale markets to open from 4am to 2pm, day markets (6am to 2pm), and agro markets (6am to noon).

"But night markets are not allowed," he said.

Food stalls and outlets can remain in operation from 6am to 10pm, but dining-in is strictly not allowed, he said.

"Only drive-through, delivery and take-aways are allowed," he said.

Bus, taxi and e-hailing are allowed from 6am to midnight.

A Detailed list of types of economic activities allowed to remain in operation in red zones would be released later, he said.

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