Cmco: Live Updates :

Cmco : Live Updates Every Minute from 25K+ News Agencies Across the Globe

Malaysia extends CMCO and RMCO up til 28 April 2021

The CMCO extension will begin on 15 April, while the RMCO extension will take effect today (13 April). Meanwhile, gatherings for breaking of fasts will be allowed during the Ramadan season, in compliance with the relevant SOPs.

Malaysia extends COVID-19 movement control orders

Card image cap

Malaysia extends COVID-19 movement control orders
Toggle share menu
Malaysia extends COVID-19 movement control orders
An official uses a telescope to perform "rukyah", the sighting of the new moon for the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan, in Putrajaya on Apr 12, 2021. ( Photo: Mohd Rasfan/AFP)
12 Apr 2021 09:47PM
12 Apr 2021 09:50PM)
Share this content
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Senior Minister for Security Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced on Monday (Apr 12) that movement control orders (MCOs) would be extended across the country, Bernama reported.
The states of Johor, Kelantan, Penang and Selangor as well as Kuala Lumpur will remain under the conditional movement control order (CMCO) from Apr 15 to 28, while Sarawak will continue to be placed under the CMCO from Apr 13 to 26.

Latest April 2021 SOPs for Malaysia's CMCO and RMCO in designated states

Latest April 2021 SOPs for Malaysia's CMCO and RMCO in designated states
Published: 01 April 2021
New updates in these SOPs include information on attendance capacity at workplaces, Ramadan and Aidilfitri bazaar operating hours, safe distancing protocols, and more.
Malaysia's extended Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO/PKPB) and Recovery MCO (RMCO/PKPP) in designated states take effect today, for the next two weeks (1-14 April 2021).
In line with this, the National Security Council (MKN) has released an 
updated set of SOPs that need to be followed in this period. New updates in these SOPs include information on attendance capacity at workplaces, Ramadan and Aidilfitri bazaar operating hours, safe distancing protocols, and more.

Ismail Sabri: Full capacity for private sector allowed in CMCO areas from April 1 | Malaysia

Card image cap

Tuesday, 30 Mar 2021 06:23 PM MYT
Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob today said that the National Security Council (NSC) have decided to allow 100 per cent capacity for the private sector effective April 1. — Picture by Choo Choy May
Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest updates on news you need to know.
KUALA LUMPUR, March 30 — Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob today said that the National Security Council (NSC) have decided to allow 100 per cent capacity for the private sector effective April 1 in conditional movement control order (CMCO) areas.
However, he said the Public Service Department (PSD) will decide on the capacity for the public sector. 

Cheng Beng rituals allowed with strict SOPs | Malaysia

Card image cap

Tuesday, 16 Mar 2021 11:32 PM MYT
File picture shows people visiting the cemetery to burn prayer papers and place food in front of the family’s graveyard as a sign of respect in conjunction with the Qing Ming festival, March 31, 2019, in George Town. — Bernama pic
Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest updates on news you need to know.
PUTRAJAYA, March 16 — The standard operating procedures (SOPs) for the Cheng Beng or Qing Ming festival at cemeteries and columbariums that will be celebrated by the Chinese community on April 4 was approved today.
The National Unity Ministry (KPN), said in a statement today, that the SOPs will apply 14 days before the actual festival date, which is March 20 to April 4, and 14 days after, from April 5 to 18, throughout the duration of the Movement Control Order (MCO), Conditional MCO (CMCO) and Recovery MCO (RMCO).

Malaysia extends CMCO in Selangor, KL, Johor, Penang and Kelantan till 31 March 2021

Malaysia extends CMCO in Selangor, KL, Johor, Penang and Kelantan till 31 March 2021
Published: 17 March 2021
Meanwhile, Kedah, Negeri Sembilan and Perak will move from the CMCO to a Recovery MCO (RMCO) for the same period; and the RMCO in Putrajaya, Melaka, Pahang and more will be extended till 31 March. 
Malaysia has extended the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO/PKPB) in Selangor, KL, Johor, Penang and Kelantan by two weeks, starting from 19 March (Friday) till 31 March 2021 (Wednesday). 
Senior Minister (Security Cluster), Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said: "Selangor still remains under CMCO because most of the localities are still classified as red zones… all districts in Kuala Lumpur are also still red zones with an average 103 cases reported every day.

Latest March 2021 SOPs for Malaysia's CMCO in KL, Selangor, Johor, and more

Travel between Kuala Lumpur and Selangor is now allowed, but movement to other areas under the CMCO is still not permitted. More updates here.

More Malaysians opt for spontaneous and last-minute holidays amid Covid-19

Card image cap

More Malaysians are opting for last-minute holidays during this uncertain time. — RONNIE CHIN/The Star
Malaysian travellers are among the top three in the region to go on spontaneous and last-minute trips during these uncertain pandemic period, according to a digital travel platform.
Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand – according to search data from Agoda – are the top three Asia Pacific markets to embrace the thrill of the impromptu travel experience searching for same day check-ins.
These markets are followed by travellers from Vietnam, Hong Kong, Japan, India, the Philippines, South Korea and Singapore.
“There’s a growing group of travellers choosing last-minute adventures – couch dwellers who might make spontaneous decisions to either watch a show or book a staycation for the thrill of it, ” said Agoda regional director Enric Casals.

Qing Ming rituals allowed with strict SOPs

Card image cap

PUTRAJAYA: (Bernama) - The standard operating procedures (SOPs) for the Qing Ming festival at cemeteries and columbariums on April 4 was approved on Tuesday (March 16).

Ipoh police to probe claim of assistant cook being wrongly fined with RM10,000

Card image cap

IPOH: The Ipoh district police will investigate a claim that an assistant cook in Kampung Rapat here was wrongfully slapped with the RM10,000 fine for breaching the conditional movement control order.
Ipoh OCPD Asst Comm A. Asmadi Abdul Aziz said the Kampung Rapat police station officer had lodged a report on the matter after the claim went viral on social media.
ACP A. Asmadi said the police were made aware of the claim that was brought up by social activist Kuan Chee Heng on his Facebook account.
"The post was also shared on Datuk Seri Najib Razak's Facebook page, which has received public attention.

IGP's call for stricter monitoring of roadblocks timely, says Johor police chief

Card image cap

KUALA LUMPUR: The call made by the country's top cop for police personnel to properly conduct roadblock duties, is timely, says Johor police chief.

Covid-19: CMCO in Sarawak extended to March 29

Card image cap

KUCHING: The conditional movement control order in Sarawak will be extended for a further two weeks from March 16 to 29, Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas said.
He said at the state disaster management committee briefing here on Friday (March 12) that the decision was made because the number of positive cases in the state was still high.
With 173 new cases reported on Friday, the state's tally now stands at 12,051.
In other Covid-19-related developments, Uggah said an outbreak among family members in Sri Aman led to a new cluster involving a secondary school.
He said the Jalan Main Bazaar cluster was one of three new community clusters identified in the state on Friday.

Govt urged to open up CMCO states to tourism travel too

Card image cap

IPOH: Traders at tourist spots in Perak are hoping that interstate travel for tourism will be allowed in states under the conditional movement control order as well.
Trader Allen Ho said it was very confusing for everyone when people could travel to some states but not to others.
“The government should either allow all tourism spots to open or close them totally.
“Now I am hoping that Perak will also be under the recovery MCO soon, so that people will be able to visit, and we traders will have business as well, ” said Ho, who sells clothes here at Panglima Lane, popularly known as Concubine Lane.

Hiking trail, stadium popular with joggers in Klang reopen under CMCO

Card image cap

A HIKING trail and a stadium, which is popular among brisk walkers and joggers, in Klang have been reopened with the announcement of the conditional movement control order (CMCO).

Travel allowed between districts but not interstate | The Malaysian Insight

Card image cap

Greater freedom of movement comes with lifting of MCO on Friday.

Covid-19: Half of Melaka's tourism stakeholders have closed shop, says MATTA rep

Card image cap

MELAKA: Close to 50% of tourism players in the historic state have wound up, based on the number of membership renewals with the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) for this year.
MATTA Melaka Chapter chairman Goh Hock Gin said only about 40 of 80 tourism players had renewed their memberships for 2021, indicating that half the industry is no longer in business.
“This is a sad state of affairs for the tourism industry and we need the state government to look into our plight, ” he said in an interview on Monday (Feb 22).
Goh said most of those still active had also not resumed operations because interstate and interdistrict travel are still not allowed during the conditional movement control order.

PLUS: R&R in CMCO states to operate until midnight

Card image cap

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): All rest and service areas (R&R) along PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS)-operated highways in states that have been placed under the conditional movement control order will now be opened until midnight.

Ismail Sabri: Tourism activities allowed in states under CMCO, RMCO

Card image cap

PETALING JAYA: States under the conditional and recovery movement control orders will be allowed to resume tourism, culture and arts activities, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
The Defence Minister said this means that attractions such as nature parks, museums and outdoor theme parks can welcome visitors and audiences once more but with strict standard operating procedures (SOPs) in place.
Attractions in states under the conditional MCO can only accommodate visitors up to 50% of the usual capacity while tourist and cultural attractions in Perlis, which is the only state under the recovery MCO, can have more visitors as long as physical distancing is practised.

Govt greenlights dine-in for more than two pax nationwide, lifts passenger limit on vehicles | Malaysia

Card image cap

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 18 — All restaurants nationwide are allowed to seat more than two people per table for dine-in meals, effective tomorrow, Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced today. He said this applies to all states, regardless of whether they are currently under a movement...

Cops to continue manning all 550 roadblocks across the nation

Card image cap

KUALA LUMPUR: The police will continue carrying out all of its 550 roadblocks nationwide despite the lifting of the 10km radius travel limit.

Roadblocks still on nationwide despite easing of 10km radius rule

Card image cap

KUALA LUMPUR: Police will maintain all 550 roadblocks nationwide despite the relaxing of the 10km radius rule on travel.

Ismail Sabri: Failure to observe physical distancing contributing to rise in Covid-19 cases | Malaysia

Card image cap

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 24 — Tomorrow marks a year since the Covid-19 pandemic hit the country with the first case involving three Chinese nationals who entered Malaysia via Johor from Singapore on January 20, 2020. During the first wave, the majority of Covid-19 cases were imported and did...

Updated 2021 SOPs for MCO in Sabah, new CMCO in Sarawak

Updated 2021 SOPs for MCO in Sabah, new CMCO in Sarawak
Published: 18 January 2021
Sarawak will undergo a round of CMCO starting today (18 January), up till 31 January 2021 following an increase in COVID-19 cases. This will apply to all districts except the Sibu division.
Malaysia's National Security Council has released a set of SOPs for the Movement Control Order (MCO, or PKP) in Sabah, as well as SOPs for the Conditional MCO (CMCO, or PKPB), dated 17 January 2021. These include details on essential services, instructions on meetings and MICE-related activities, and more, shared below.
Extract 1: SOPs on the MCO in Sabah
Applicable to: The entire State of Sabah, except in localities where the Enhanced MCO (EMCO, or PKPD) is still enforced. 

CMCO food takeaway: Discover this unusual curry laksa at Shah Alam's Restoran Zheng Yang | Eat/Drink

Card image cap

Wednesday, 06 Jan 2021 07:55 AM MYT
Mix the curry laksa together with the 'sambal' to get a bright orange hue and a slightly sweet tasting broth — Pictures by Lee Khang Yi
Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest updates on news you need to know.
SHAH ALAM, Jan 6 — Hankering for curry laksa? Give this relatively unknown stall at Bandar Pinggiran Subang a try. It's definitely off the beaten path but a trip here yields two great finds within the same area.
Your drive here will be rewarded with a light, slightly sweet tasting curry laksa served with fried

Related Keywords



Kuala Lumpur


Negeri Sembilan





Ismail Sabri

Ismail Sabri Yaakob

National Security Council

Senior Minister

Security Cluster

Senior Minister Ismail Sabri







Kampung Meruntum

Ministry Of Health

Malaysian Senior Minister

Security Ismail Sabri Yaakob

Kuala Muda

Covid 19







Kuala Penyu


Kota Kinabalu











Kota Marudu


Lahad Datu

Kota Belud






Instruction Of The Public Service Department

Division Of District Zones

Royal Malaysia Police

Ministry Of Tourism

Conditional Movement Control Order

Public Service Department

Official Government

Ramadan Bazaar

Aidilfitri Bazaar

For Sabah

Conventions And Exhibitions

Stop Center

Culture Malaysia

District Zones


Ministry Of International

Choo Choy

International Trade

Private Sector

Full Capacity

National Security Council Nsc

Qing Ming





Perlis Melaka

Negri Sembilan

Movement Control Order

National Unity Ministry

Cheng Beng


Qing Ming Festival

New Straits Times

Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob


Malaysia National Security Council







Hong Kong



Republic Of


South Korea


Indonesia General


Enric Casals

South East Asia

Asia Pacific

Amanpreet Bajaj

Domestic Tourism

Last Minute Holiday

Spontaneous Holiday

Covid 19 Watch



Kuan Chee Heng

Kampung Rapat

A Asmadi Abdul Aziz

Kuan Facebook

Najib Razak Facebook


Abdul Aziz

Datuk Seri Najib Razak


Social Media

A Asmadi

Abdul Hamid Bador

Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay

Ops Benteng

Sri Abdul Hamid Bador

Ayob Khan



Sri Aman




Sungai Buluh

Malaysia General

Lorong Sena

Desa Senadin

Jalan Main Bazaar

Sarawak General Hospital

Buluh Pasi

Jalan Pasi


Douglas Uggah Embas

Leong Chai Yuen

Aina Batrisyia Mohd Izat

Malaysian Association Of Tour

Panglima Lane

Chai Yuen

Kwan Yin Tong Temple

Mercy Temple

Malaysian Association

Travel Agents

Melaka Chapter

Goh Hock Gin

Interstate Travel


Taman Rakyat

Norfiza Mahfiz

Jalan Langat

Sultan Suleiman

Ahmad Fadzli Tajuddin

Klang Municipal Council

Recreation Department

Corporate Communications Department

Health Ministry

Municipal Council

Dawari Daud

Bukit Lipat Kajang

Stadium Sultan Suleiman

Jalan Istana

Jalan Padang

Communications Department

Hiking Trail

Stadium Sultan Suleiman Off Jalan Istana



Klang Municipal Council Mpk Gardens

Parks And Recreation Department Director

Senior Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob

Melaka Tengah

Malaysian Association Of Hotels

Malaysia Budget Hotel Association My

Klang Valley

Malaysia Budget Hotel Association


Datuk Azman Ismail


R Amp

Plus App


Akad Nikah

Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri

Defence Minister


Firdaus Latif

Police Datuk Seri Acryl Sani Abdullah

Acryl Sani


Acryl Sani Abdullah

Deputy Igp

United States

United Kingdom

Shafwan Zaidon

Thivyamalini Ramalu

Universiti Teknologi

Noor Hisham Abdullah

Health Dg Dr Noor Hisham

Malaysian National News Agency Bernama

Cluster Security

Malaysian National News Agency

Sabah State Election

Datuk Seri

Face Masks

Social Distancing

Mco 2 0


State Of Sabah

Disaster Management Committee

Ministry Of Higher Education

Sops For The Movement Control Order

Royal Malaysian Police

Sarikei Zone Division

Sri Aman Zone Division

Samarahan Division

Malaysian Armed Forces

Mukah Zone Division

Kapit Zone Division

Bintulu Zone Division

Sarawak Disaster Management Committee

Ministry Of Education Malaysia

Kuching Zone Division

Civil Defence Force

Miri Zone Division

Serian Division

Betong Division

Sibu Division

Sabah State Mufti Office

Volunteer Corps

Malaysian Immigration Long Term Passes

Sabah State

Sarawak State Government

Education Malaysia

Higher Education

Director General

Sabah State Mufti

Kuching Division

Aman Zone

Sri Aman Division

Sarikei Division

Mukah Division

Kapit Division

Division Bintulu

Miri Division

Shah Alam

Yau Yat Khan

Lee Khang Yi

Bandar Pinggiran Subang

Lee Khang

Prawn Mee

Restaurant Yau Yat Khan


Siew Yoke


Curry Laksa

Food Takeaway

Restoran Zheng Yang

Fried Fuchuk


Trending Now

Bitcoin Price

Alma Wahlberg

European Super League

Austin Shooting

Travis Barker


Kenny Chesney

Kevin Durant

Maxine Waters

Derek Chauvin

Mare Of Easttown

Lori Lightfoot

Jay Bruce

Kenosha Shooting

Luke Combs

Btc Price

Trevor Lawrence

Eric Church

Astrazeneca Vaccine

Jake Paul Vs Ben Askren


Alan Jackson

Patrick Marleau

April 24

Stephen Curry

Justin Bieber

Regis Prograis

Bernhard Vogel

Super League


Jasmin Wagner

Black Rob


Lena Gercke




Philippe Amouyel

Valerie Lemercier

Gerard Lanvin

First Man


Amel Bent

Bonnie And Clyde



Real Madrid

Amstel Gold Race

Lando Norris





Mick Schumacher

Crypto News

Marcel Levi

Emilia Romagna









Volta Redonda




Zakat Fitrah

Arsenal Vs Fulham

Megan Fox


Patricio Robles

Michelle Salas

Napoli Inter

La Galaxy

Marc Anthony

European Superleague


Kourtney Kardashian

Weather Update

Community Pantry

Scarlet Heart

Vera Gedroits


Conference League

The Rookie

Flavio Cattaneo

Raoul Bova

Shikhar Dhawan

Prithvi Shaw

Muttiah Muralitharan

Rcb Vs Kkr

Kl Rahul

Rajasthan News

Lukman Meriwala

Jalaj Saxena

Nora Fatehi

Deepak Hooda

Hardik Pandya

Win Sports

Luis Miguel



Raiza Wilson


Cha Eun Woo

F1 Live

Eliud Kipchoge

Thika Road

Anne Kansiime


Rangers Vs Celtic

Sydney Fc

Man City

Ac Milan


Felicia Chin

Clarke Quay

Singapore River

Copa Del Rey


Anzac Day

Daniel Ricciardo


Astra Sharma

Mark Wahlberg


Tommy Fury

Ben Cousins



Call The Midwife

Grand Prix

Liam Williams

Fern Britton

Frank Mir

Robert Whittaker