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CMCO In KL, Selangor, Sabah And Several Localities In Other States Extended To Jan 14

Scheduled to be ended on 31st December, the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) has been extended by another two weeks until Jan 14, 2021 for Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Sabah and several localities in other states said Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

The government decided on this after taking the advice and risk assessment of the Health Ministry (MOH) based on the trend and increase in positive COVID-19 cases in these areas and the emergence of new clusters in Kuala Lumpur.

The CMCO in these three states and several localities in other states had been scheduled to end on Dec 31.

For Selangor, the CMCO would cover the whole state including Sabak Bernam, Hulu Selangor and Kuala Selangor, which were previously placed under the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO).

For other states, the CMCO was also extended for Southwest Mukim 12 and Northeast Mukim 13 in Penang; Seremban (Negeri Sembilan), and Johor Bahru and Batu Pahat (Johor).

The government had also decided to end the CMCO in several localities today instead of Dec 31 as scheduled earlier.


  • Ipoh and Chemor (Perak),

  • Port Dickson (Negeri Sembilan)

  • Kulai (Johor)

  • Seremban Prison and its quarters (Negeri Sembilan)

  • Kampung Desa Balau and Kampung Dasar Baru in Lahad Datu (Sabah)

Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) :

  • Langkap Immigration Detention Depot and its quarters (Hilir Perak) - extended until Jan 14

  • Kluang Prison and its quarters (Johor) - extended until Jan 14

  • Madrasah Daril Naim, Padang Halban, Mukim Peringat, Kota Bharu (Kelantan) - until Jan 11

  • Kampung Paginatan and Kampung Maringkan in Ranau (Sabah) - until Jan 11


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