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KUALA LUMPUR: All businesses which are allowed to operate under the movement control order can operate until 10pm instead of 8pm, from today.
PETALING JAYA: All businesses allowed under the MCO can operate until 10pm instead of 8pm effective Friday (Jan 29).
LOCAL councils have been posting notices on their social media platforms to alert the public on what they can and cannot do since the latest movement control order was announced.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The government has reviewed the situation and agreed that there is a need for optical shops and self-service laundromats in areas subject to the movement control order to operate.
PUTRAJAYA: Kelantan and Sibu will be placed under the movement control order after a spike in Covid-19 cases was recorded in these two places in the past two weeks.
PUTRAJAYA: The government will now allow optometrists to operate during the movement control order with a more stringent standard operating procedure (SOP) in place, says Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
PETALING JAYA: Optometrists are now an essential service, and they will be operating during the movement control order.
PETALING JAYA: Consumer groups have urged the government to revisit its criteria on what kind of business services can open during the movement control order period given the inconsistent interpretation as to what constitutes “essential services”.
PETALING JAYA: The hairdressing, wellness and optical industries have urged the government to reconsider its decision to prohibit them from operating during the movement control order period.
HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): Hong Kong's retail sales continued to slump in April as violent incidents since last year and the Covid-19 outbreak still weighed on consumer sentiment.