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Under the recovery movement control order (June 10 to Aug 31), theme parks are still not allowed to open to the public. However, that has not stopped some local attractions from coming up with new standards for safety and hygiene at their premises.
SHAH ALAM: The police have arrested seven people for not adhering to the recovery movement control order (MCO).
PETALING JAYA: As the implementation of the recovery movement control order (MCO) enters its second week, members of the public are beginning to take fewer precautions and flouting rules outlined by the National Security Council (MKN) and Health Ministry, which exposes the nation to the risk of another wave of local Covid-19 transmissions.
PUTRAJAYA: Foreign students can look forward to returning to Malaysia to resume their studies but must observe the standard operating procedure (SOP) upon their return, as activities such as workshops, seminars and meetings are allowed under the recovery movement control order (MCO) period.
PETALING JAYA: There must be social distancing in restaurants and eateries, but there is no fixed number of people allowed to sit at every table, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
PETALING JAYA: Fathers Day this Sunday is expected to be celebrated modestly as people are still not keen to go out and dine despite most restaurants resuming normal business hours under the recovery movement control order (MCO) phase.
IPOH: Only two in a family and those aged 13 and above can visit pasar malam in Perak, the Mentri Besar announced.
IPOH: There are no restrictions on children below 12 or senior citizens aged 60 and above from dining at eateries, says Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
IPOH: There has been some confusion among eatery operators over the standard operating procedure (SOP) in allowing children and senior folk to dine in during the recovery movement control order (MCO) currently in force.