Conditional MCO: Except for work, only medical emergencies, deaths or air travel allowed to cross state borders, say police


PETALING JAYA: Only three reasons, other than work, will be accepted in allowing cross-state travel involving the areas where the conditional movement control order (MCO) will take into effect on Wednesday (Oct 14), say police.

The reasons are medical emergencies, deaths and for those who have to utilise KL International Airport (KLIA), KLIA2 or the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah airports for air travel.

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