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CMCO in Perak: Latest List of SOPs

By Mei Kuan

Below are among the standard operating procedures (SOPs) effective during the period of Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) from February 19 till March 4 as posted on the official Facebook page of Menteri Besar Dato’ Saarani Mohamad today (February 19): 

  1. Public transportation services are permitted to operate (operational time following licence terms) in accordance with vehicle capacity
  2. Food delivery services are permitted to operate from 6am till 12 midnight
  3. Supermarkets, shopping malls and retail stores allowed to operate between 6am till 12 midnight
  4. Restaurants, food shops/stalls, food trucks, roadside hawkers, food courts, kiosks etc permitted to operate between 6am till 12 midnight
  5. Daily markets, wholesale markets, farmers’ markets, night markets and late-night bazaars are allowed following operational time set in licence/permit till 12 midnight, in adherence to SOPs and under the supervision of authorities or RELA (The People’s Volunteer Corps) members
  6. Petrol stations are allowed to operate from 6am till 12 midnight except for petrol stations on highways which are allowed to operate 24 hours
  7. Laundries are allowed to operate from 6am till 12 midnight
  8. Other business operations pertaining to daily essentials are allowed to operate from 6am till 12 midnight
  9. Government and private clinics and hospitals are allowed to operate for 24 hours
  10. Pharmacies and drug stores are allowed to operate starting 8am till 12 midnight
  11. Sports and recreational activities (individuals and teams) are allowed for the purposes of health, wellness, training and contest without the presence of audience or supporters
  12. Recording activities for music, concerts, film shoots, talk shows etc are permitted indoors (studio) or outdoors, limited within CMCO areas only with minimal crew and without audience, in adherence to Creative Industry SOPs
  13. Childcare centres and kindergartens are allowed to operate with permission from the relevant Ministry or agency
  14. Day care centres for the differently-abled (OKU), elderly, women etc are allowed to operate
  15. Business events involving meetings, conventions and exhibitions are allowed at 50% capacity of premises with physical distancing, compulsory mask-wearing and following the CMCO MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions) SOPs
  16. Public tourist attraction products such as zoos, farms, aquariums, edutainment centres, recreational parks, extreme/adventure/nature parks, museums, libraries, art galleries and theme parks etc are allowed to operate at 50% capacity of premises with physical distancing, compulsory mask-wearing and following relevant SOPs
  17.  Seminars/workshops/courses/training/talks are allowed at 50% capacity of premises with physical distancing, compulsory mask-wearing and following relevant SOPs
  18. Official and non-official functions including social functions like receptions, weddings, engagements, birthdays, anniversaries, reunions and retreats are allowed at 50% capacity of premises with physical distancing, compulsory mask-wearing and following relevant SOPs.

Negatives list

  1. Activities at night clubs or pubs
  2. Activities at cinemas except in green zones of CMCO areas
  3. Concerts or live events with audience
  4. Sports and recreational games/tournaments/championships with presence of supporters/audience
  5. Unsupervised activities held at sports and recreational facilities and premises 
  6. Inter-state or inter-district travels without police permission
  7. Any activities that may result in many people gathering at a spot to the point of making physical distancing difficult.

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Tan Mei Kuan

Tan Mei Kuan graduated with first-class honours and book prize from University of Malaya majoring in languages and linguistics (English). She is proficient in both written and spoken English and Malay. She is also conversant in Mandarin and has knowledge of Japanese and Korean languages. Mei Kuan has been on the Dean’s List for three years running. Having written for the campus newspaper and residential college magazine, joining Ipoh Echo has helped utilise her writing and language skills. In her spare time she enjoys running (races).

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