Highway

Inter-state travel allowed for married couples and family from Wednesday

While the Movement Control Order (MCO) is still on, the government has decided that families can be reunited if they are in different states. Announcing this at the daily press briefing today, Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob, said married couples can cross state lines from Wednesday, January 27, 2021. The provision is for [...] Continue Reading

PLUS highway services and facilities remain open in accordance with SOPs

Although inter-state and inter-district travel has been stopped with the new Movement Control Order (MCO) in selected states (from  January 13 until January 26 2021), PLUS Malaysia Berhad is maintaining its services and facilities as before, while adhering to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). “The PLUS highways are critical linkages of the nation and PLUS is […]

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Movement Control Order (MCO) will start again from Wednesday, January 13

The Movement Control Order (MCO) will be introduced again in Malaysia from January 13 and is set to run for 2 weeks until January 26 2021. Whether it will be extended will be decided at a later time. However, the MCO will not apply to every state and the strictest conditions will apply to Pulau […]

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Interstate travel permitted, no limit on number of occupants in vehicle

Much of the Klang Valley (Selangor and WP Kuala Lumpur) will continue to be under the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) which has been in force since October 14. Penang can resume its Recovery MCO (RMCO, except for the sub-districts of Barat Daya and Timur Laut  which will be under CMCO until December 20. Other […]

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Road signs

Interstate travel allowed from Wednesday as CMCO ends

Finally, the restriction on interstate travel will end on June 9, coinciding with the ending of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) as scheduled. Announcing this today, the Prime Minister said that travel restrictions would only apply to areas which are under an Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO). These would be places which have a […]

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Perodua Alza

CMCO: Restriction on number of occupants in vehicles will no longer apply from tomorrow

It’s been almost 70 days that Malaysia has had the Movement Control Order (MCO) which has restricted movements besides other activities nationwide. In the earliest days, the conditions were very strict and while it was permitted to travel out of the home for the purpose of buying food or essential items, or seeking medical attention, […]

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‘No’ means NO on interstate travel but there are people who insist on breaking the law

Hari Raya Aidilfitri (expected to fall on May 24) is approaching but this year, with the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to stop its spread, the government has declared that the traditional ‘balik kampung’ journeys cannot take place. There are great risks in allowing thousands to travel around the country as some […]

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Mazda Bermaz Auto

Bermaz Auto provides Mazda Contactless Service for everyone’s protection

Like all companies which have been permitted to resume operations after a lengthy shutdown due to the Movement Control Order (MCO), the Bermaz Auto Group has to comply with Standard Operating Procedures for the protection of customers as well as the company’s employees. The safety standards set by the Ministry of Health will be fully […]

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Highway

Gerak Malaysia interstate travel ends today, CMCO extended another 4 weeks

Today is the final day of the special exercise under Gerak Malaysia which has allowed those stuck in other places during the Movement Control Order (MCO) to return to their homes. The MCO, now changed to Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO), forbids interstate travel but a special one-time provision was made from May 7 to […]

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