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SOP Adjustments For Phase 1, 2, 3, 4 Of The National Recovery Plan

SOP Adjustments For Phase 1, 2, 3, 4 Of The National Recovery Plan

Details based on what Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said on Sunday (27 June).

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Senior Minister (Security cluster), Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob in his briefing yesterday (27 June) clarifies the standard operating procedures (SOPs) for phase 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the Movement Control Order under the National Recovery Plan (PPN).

Here is what he said in a simple list form:

Phase 1 (where we are right now)

Extended hours

  • 6 am to 10pm for: 
    • Restaurants.
    • Eateries.
    • Food stalls.
    • Food trucks.
    • Roadside hawkers.
    • Food courts.
    • Food kiosks.

Phase 2

Credit: Sayuti Zainudin/Malay Mail


  • Interstate and interdistrict travel will still not be allowed.
    • Except for school teachers and exam-year students.
    • Interstate travel for long-distance couples is allowed: 
      • Special and emergency cases only
      • Subject to approval from the Royal Malaysia Police
  • Manufacturing sector allowed (From 8 am to 8 pm only):
    • Automotive (vehicles and components).
    • Ceramics.
    • Furniture factories for export purposes.
    • Rubber.
    • Steel.
    • Metal.
    • Cement.
  • Distributive trade sector allowed (From 8 am to 8 pm only):
    • Books and stationery.
    • Computer and telecommunications.
    • Electric products.
    • Car washes.
    • Hairdressers (basic haircuts only).
  • All individual and non-physical contact sports and recreational activities are allowed.

    Extended Hours

  • Farmers’ markets and morning markets (7 am to 11 am). Limited to:
    • Vegetables
    • Fruits
    • Groceries
    • Processed chicken
    • Seafood
    • Meat

    Not allowed

  • Weekend markets and night markets are not allowed.

Phase 3

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  • All economic activities are allowed to operate except:
    • High-risk activities
    • Those listed in the negative list:
      • Spas.
      • Beauty and health (pedicure and manicure) centres.
      • Pubs. 
      • Nightclubs.
  • Interdistrict travel is allowed.
  • Dining in at restaurants is allowed: 
    • Two people per table with physical distancing. 
  • Markets are allowed:
    • Night markets.
    • Farmers’ markets.
    • Weekend markets.
  • Beauty salons are allowed to open:
    • Strict compliance with the SOPs.
  • Tourism activities are allowed:
    • Within the state only.
    • Attractions subject to current risk assessments and strict SOPs.
  • Creative industry is allowed:
    • Live events without an audience.

    Increased capacity

  • Three people, including the driver and for: 
    • Public transport:
      • Taxis. 
      • e-Hailing services.
    • Private vehicles.

    Not allowed

  • Interstate travel is not allowed.
  • Social activities are not allowed.
    • Except receiving guests or visitors at home (limited to 10).

Phase 4

  • Return to normal.
  • All sectors open.
    • Subject to SOPs.

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