RESTRICTIONS STILL IN PLACE
The Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Malaysia continues.
- The Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO), will continue and end on 9 June 2020. The operations of businesses under the CMCO will continue to be governed by the respective Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and precautionary measures.
- During the CMCO, only Malaysian citizens and Permanent Residents can return to Malaysia from abroad, In addition, spouse and children of citizens holding long-term passes, foreign diplomats and their families serving in Malaysia are allowed to enter Malaysia. For other holders of Expatriate Pass, Student Pass, Dependent Pass, Temporary Work Pass, and Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) Pass, they are temporarily disallowed to enter Malaysia. Also, all entries into Malaysia will subject to health screening at point of entry and quarantine for the next 14 days. In addition, international passengers will be able to transit at airport provided no immigration clearance is needed.
IMPACT ON FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN
- The food industry continues to operate by adhering to the SOP for Reopening of the Economy, and SOP for Manufacturing Sector.
- By adhering to the SOP for Food and Beverage, the restaurants, including food and beverage outlets are able to provide dine-in service for the customers at the premise.
- By adhering to the SOP for Logistics and Transportation, the logistics service providers are allowed to operate at full capacity for loading and unloading goods travelled via land, sea, and air. The import and export activities are operating as usual too.
- As the government will be finalising the economy recovery plan for short (May 2020), medium (November 2020) and long-term (January 2021), FIA will monitor the respective progress and engagement in order to provide inputs when there is a consultation opportunity.