14 October 2020
Those residing within Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) areas who need to travel across state lines for medical or emergency purposes are required to apply for special permits from the police.
Those intending to travel into or pass through a CMCO area for the same purposes will also be required to apply for permits.
In a statement, the National Security Council (NSC) said it had classified four categories of travellers eligible to apply for the special permit.
“The permit will only be granted to individuals who reside within the areas under Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO), which includes Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, who wish to travel to another state for medical or death-related emergency purposes.
“Individuals who need to pass through CMCO areas and individuals who wish to enter CMCO areas are required to get the permit too.
“The rule also applies to those who will be travelling by air from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), klia2 or Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang,” the NSC said.
It also reminded the public that only two individuals from the same household are allowed to go out at one time in CMCO areas.
“Those who need to travel inter-state or inter-district for work purposes are required to show a letter of authorisation from their employers when asked by the authorities.”
The application form for inter-state travel for medical or emergency purposes can be obtained at any police station. It can also be downloaded from the police force’s official website at www.rmp.gov.my.
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