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Here’s The Updated SOPs To Follow From 12 May To 7 June 2021 During MCO 3.0 In Malaysia

We understand that the SOPs for MCO 3.0 have been all over the place from so many announcements lately, so we decided to list down the current SOPs that have already been updated as of 12 May 2021. Apparently, netizens nationwide will adhere to the same SOPs from 12 May to 7 June 2021.

Credit: The Straits Times


  1. Only 3 pax allowed in a single vehicle

  2. Inter-district and interstate travel is not allowed only those with police permit or with MITI & employment letter is allowed

  3. Long distance married couples can cross interstate only if there is permit from PDRM

  4. Inter-district and interstate travel is allowed for those involved in vaccination programmes at PPV, just show your appointment details from your MySejahtera app at roadblocks

Credit: The Star


  1. All eateries and food stalls can only operate from 6AM to 10PM

  2. Dine-in not allowed at all premises

  3. Convenience stores can operate from 6AM to 10PM

  4. Hospitals and clinics can operate 24 hours

  5. Daily markets, morning markets and farmer’s markets can operate from 7AM to 2PM, with strict SOPs in place and RELA team on site

  6. Wholesale markets can operate from 12:01AM to 6AM and 11AM to 4PM, with strict SOPs in place and RELA team on site

  7. Night markets can operate from 4PM to 10PM, with strict SOPs in place and RELA team on site

  8. Veterinary clinics and pet shops can operate from 6AM to 10PM

  9. Laundromats, optical shops, car washing centres, salons (only limited to hair trimming services) can operate from 6AM to 10PM

Credit: Malay Mail

Activities/ Sports

  1. Only individual non-contact sports and recreational activities are allowed, such as jogging, cycling, and exercise

Credit: Time Out

Businesses And Activities That Are Not Allowed

  1. Spas, reflexology, massage parlours and manicure & pedicure services

  2. Cinemas

  3. All social gatherings and celebrations as well as official and non-official ceremonies

  4. All activities in relations to Meeting, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE)

  5. Tourist attractions such as zoos, farms, aquariums, and more

  6. Art, cultural, and heritage centres such as museums and libraries

  7. Theme parks, indoor playgrounds, and karaoke

  8. Performances at hotel lounge and indoor/outdoor busking

For more information on the full detailed SOPs, head on over here.



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