ADHERENCE TO THE CONDITIONAL MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER IN KUALA LUMPUR, PUTRAJAYA AND SELANGOR (14 – 27 OCTOBER 2020)
Following the announcement made by the Government on 12 October 2020, it has been declared that the federal territories of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya and the state of Selangor is now on the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) starting from 14 until 27 October 2020 due to the recent spike of COVID-19 cases.
MBAM members are encouraged to adhere to the directives made by the Government. Enclosed is the CMCO SOP in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Selangor by the National Security Council (MKN). Some of the updates that we would like to highlight are as follows:
- All businesses, economic sectors and industries are allowed to operate but are required to follow and adhere to the existing SOP – which applies to the construction industry.
- While inter-state and inter-district movements involving areas under the CMCO are not allowed, those facing emergencies such as health and death can do so with police permission.
- Workers will be allowed to make inter-district or inter-state journeys to and from work provided that they have permission letters from their employers or staff identification cards as proof if they are stopped at roadblocks.
- For employees’ vehicles, they can transport passengers as set beforehand.
- All vehicles related to industry, business and manufacturing are allowed to operate as usual including across districts and states.
MBAM will continue to monitor and update members in timely manner on updates related to the construction industry. MBAM hopes that all members will continue to stay safe while we continue to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Download MBAM Circular click here
Download SOP PKPB KL, Putrajaya & Selangor click here