Barbers, laundry services and car workshops among others can apply for MCO exemptions

Hidir Reduan Abdul Rashid

Modified 10 Apr 2020, 1:50 pm

CORONAVIRUS | The cabinet has allowed barber shops, full-service laundry outlets and the automotive industry as among additional sectors allowed to make applications from Monday next week to resume operations during the Movement Control Order (MCO) period.

In a media statement by the International Trade and Industry Ministry today, other sectors that are allowed to begin making the application from Monday are the machinery and equipment industry, the aerospace industry, construction projects and related services, science, professional and technical services inclusive of research and development (R&D), social health services including registered traditional and complementary medicine, as well as hardware shops, electric and electronic goods shops and opticians.

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