Full lockdown is ongoing in Malaysia.


  • The full lockdown continues to be in place in Malaysia.
  • The full lockdown has been imposed nationwide since 1 June and it is scheduled to be end on 14 June 2021.
  • Under the full lockdown, the enforced measures (excludes the states of Sabah and Sarawak) include but not limited to
    • Only essential sectors are allowed to operate. The following sectors continue to be permitted to operate with 60% workforce.
      • Aerospace, food and beverage, packaging and printing materials for health & food sectors, personal care products and cleaning supplies, healthcare and medical care including personal protective equipment (PPE), medical equipment
        components, electrical and electronics, oil and gas, machinery and equipment for health & food sectors, textiles for manufacture of PPE only, production, distillation, storage, supply and distribution of fuels and lubricants.
      • On 2 June 2021, it was reported that alcoholic beverage factories have been ordered to cease the operations until 14 June as alcoholic beverage is not in the category of essential necessities.
      • All manufacturing activities shall be carried out in accordance with the relevant Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).
    •  Restaurants, food stalls, food truck are only allowed to operate from 8:00am to 8:00pm.
      • Dine-in and park & dine services are strictly prohibited.
      • Only takeaways, drive-thru and delivery will be allowed.
    • Supermarkets, hypermarkets, pharmacies, personal care, convenience stores, minimarts and department stores are only allowed to operate for the food & beverage and basic necessities sections. The business operation is restricted to be conducted from 8:00am to 8:00pm.
    • Businesses may refer to the FAQ document (in Malay language) prepared by the Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI) for more details regarding the business operation.
  •  The comprehensive Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) can be accessed on the MKN website (Malaysia National Security Council).
    • For Sabah and Sarawak, different sets of SOP have been introduced for these two states.