No need police permission to get Covid-19 vaccine

Police officers check vehicles at a roadblock to ensure that people abide by the movement control order in downtown Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Thursday, March 19, 2020. Malaysian government issued a movement order to the public starting from March 18 until March 31 to block the spread of the new coronavirus. For most people the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, but for some it can cause more severe illness. (AP Photo)

The movement of individuals in regards to getting the COVID-19 vaccine does not require police permission but only needs to show appointment information in the MySejahtera application.

During the blockade period, all social activities were banned and for the economic sector only a small portion were allowed to operate as per announced by the government yesterday

In addition to movement only within 10KM radius or the location closest to the residence if forced to exceed the radius, the capacity in private vehicles is also limited to two households including drivers while for medical purposes a maximum of three people including patients.

80 per cent of civil servants and 60 per cent of private sector workers were instructed to work from home while for work permit letters for the sectors involved, a one stop center was set up coordinated by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to issue the letter.

However. restaurant; food stalls and outlets; laundry (including self -service); pet care and food stores; eyewear and optical goods stores; hardware stores, vehicle workshop, maintenance and spare parts; e-commerce as well as wholesale and distribution are allowed to operate.

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