The rule extends to e-hailing services too.
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3 people from the same house are now allowed to travel together in one car during the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) period.
E-hailing service providers are also allowed to ferry 3 people (2 passengers and a driver).
Previously the maximum limit set by the government was for only 2 people from the same household allowed to travel together in a privately owned vehicle, with exceptions given only on emergency cases.
The old guideline was met with confusion and complaints by Malaysians who alluded that the rule was impractical and made it difficult with those with families and young children to go about their days.
Yang ada baby macam mana ye? Sy & suami naik kereta baby tinggal dekat rumah sorang sorang ke?— zati bukan zeti (@izzatiliebling) November 11, 2020
Tolong teliti balik sop yg ni, kalau ada urusan yg melibatkan anak, contoh emergency atau ada appointment di hospital mcm mna pulak ? Takkan suami atau isteri nk kena handle sorang2? Berdua2 jugak, tp kalau dah melibatkan anak2 susah jugak. Hm— Msftnltb (@m_fatin91) November 11, 2020
Social support bubble. One family can move in 1 car and eat at 1 table please.— Marina Gamba (@marinagamba1909) November 13, 2020
Bukan kereta yg sebar C19, korang yg biar home quarantine dulu tu lah…macam2 kluster. Sabah pulak mula dgn pati sampai ke PRN.
Root cause analysis fail.
Typing out trending issues and walking the fine line between deep and dumb.