Selected factories allowed to operate in areas affected by EMCO in Selangor, KL

PETALING JAYA: Only selected factories, including those producing food items, are allowed to operate throughout the duration of the enhanced movement control order in most of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.

Senior Minister (security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said that only factories producing rice, bread, sugar, cooking oil, wheat, fresh milk, baby formula, medicine and face masks will be allowed to operate throughout the period.

An 8pm curfew has also been placed, unless for emergencies, or with prior approval from the police.

Only one passenger is allowed inside taxis and e-hailing vehicles. One member of a household will be allowed out to purchase essentials within a 10km radius of their homes.

However, inter-district and interstate travel will be permitted for those with vaccination appointments. Those with appointments must provide proof such as via the MySejahtera application.

Airports and harbours will be allowed to operate as per normal.

Public transport will also be allowed to operate at a 50% capacity.

Only essential services such as utilities, sewage and cleaning can operate from 8am to 8pm.

Those not in the approved list of services are prohibited from working onsite. Employers must comply by providing leave or enforcing work from home orders.

Only take-away or drive-through services will be allowed at restaurants.

Petrol stations will be allowed to open from 6am to 8pm, however, those along highways can run 24 hours.

Wholesale markets are allowed to operate from midnight to 6am. Pasar tani (farmers market) and markets can operate from 6am to 2pm.

No sports, social and recreation activities are allowed throughout this period.

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Covid-19 , EMCO , Ismail Sabri , Selangor , Kiuala Lumpur


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