The Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Malaysia continues with more social and economic activities resumed.


  • Starting from 1 June, all people who entering Malaysia will need to bear the cost for the mandatory 14-days quarantine. For Malaysian citizens, they will need to pay 50% of the cost while non-citizens and their spouses (permanent resident status) will have to pay 100% of quarantine cost. The quarantine will be implemented with the adherence to the Guidelines Entry and Quarantine Process of Person Under Surveillance (PUS) Arriving from Abroad Starting from June 1, 2020.
  • On 2 June, the government announced that the new SOPs, including religious programmes, night markets, barbers and hair salons will be finalised by 6 June to allow greater number of social and commercial activities under the CMCO. In addition, the SOP for childcare centres will be updated soon for resuming more childcare centers’ operation.
  • Starting from 2 June, the interstate travel will be allowed for marriage solemnisation purposes with the adherence of SOPs (social distancing and avoid mass gathering).
  • On 4 June, the new Guidelines for reopening schools which only applied to Form Five and Form Six students was released.
  • On 5 June, the Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin announced the RM35 billion stimulus package1 to recover economy which affected by COVID-19. The short-term economy recovery plan (ERP) titled ’Pelan Jana Semula Ekonomi Negara’ (PENJANA) was developed with three main goals, including

    – Empower the people
    – Propel businesses
    – Stimulate the economy

  • A total of 40 initiatives under PENJANA, including but not limited to providing supports to workers, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), public through financing schemes, will be conducted in achieving the abovementioned goals.