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9 Things Malaysians Must Follow During Conditional MCO From 4th May, Says Health Ministry

9 Things Malaysians Must Follow During Conditional MCO From 4th May, Says Health Ministry

Kirat Kaur

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Following Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s announcement to relax the Movement Control Order (MCO) from 4th May, the Health Ministry has released 9 guidelines for Malaysians to navigate the Conditional MCO (CMCO).

1. Practice a safe social distance of at least 1 metre

Shoppers line up to get groceries.
(Credit: Miera Zulyana/Malay Mail)

2. Frequently was your hands with water and soap, or use hand sanitizer

3. Use a face mask that covers your nose and mouth

Credit: Malay Mail

4. Practice screening at the entrance of premises

Temperature screening at the entrance of a grocery store during MCO.
(Credit: Shafwan Zaidon/Malay Mail)

5. Prioritise the protection of at-risk groups such as children, infants, the elderly and the disabled

Credit: Freepik

6. Sick and symptomatic individuals are required to undergo a medical examination immediately

Credit: Choo Choy May/Malay Mail

7. The number of passengers in public transport should take into account social distancing

MRT commuters observe social distancing aboard a train in Kuala Lumpur during MCO.
(Credit: Shafwan Zaidon/Malay Mail)

8. Online transactions are encouraged

9. Report to the local Health Department immediately if you have any information on Covid-19 infection

Credit: Malay Mail


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