Updated MCO 2.0 Rules - Where You Can And Cannot Go

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Updated MCO 2.0 Rules - Where You Can And Cannot Go

With the most recent announcement by the government, the rules have once again changed.


Chinese New Year is coming to a close, and with that the government has also announced that the Movement Control Order (MCO) rules are still in effect until March 4th - at least for the states of Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Johor, and Penang. Everywhere else in the country will have restrictions brought down to the CMCO (Conditional), while Perlis enjoys an RMCO (Recovery).

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The highlights, however, are that the 10 kilometre radius that was previously in place has been lifted, which means you're more free to travel - unfortunately, district and state limits still apply. Two people are allowed in a vehicle for states that are under MCO, while those under CMCO can have as many as the vehicle will legally fit.

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In a nutshell, the only real difference you should take note of is that you can travel a little further now - but with other economic restrictions still in place, it's not as if there are many places you would actually be able to go to or things to do. Expect roadblocks to still be in place to make sure you aren't travelling where you don't need to be going, and pay attention to where your district lines lie.



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