MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER (MCO) PHASE FOUR

Malaysians can now go in twos to buy goods and daily essentials, as the government looks to ease restrictions under the fourth phase of the movement control order (MCO) at Supermarket in Kuala Lumpur. However, this is only limited to members of the family and are currently staying under the same roof. Malaysia government was implemented the Movement Control Order on March 18 (phase 1) until June 9 2020 (phase 5) as a preventive measure towards the coronavirus pandemic COVID-19 in Malaysia. The objective of this movement to isolate the source of the coronavirus outbreak. 32.37 million Malaysia people has to stayed home to stop Covid-19 outbreak. Malaysia is one of Southern East Asian countries effected with the pandemic with close to 6,100 cases and 103 death recorded so far (May 1, 2020). As Malaysia’s Movement Control Order (MCO) took effect on phase four start Wednesday (April 29), central Kuala Lumpur and other cities in Malaysia seemed start to open business, malaysians can now go in twos to buy goods, Selayang Baru, Chowkit Market and Taman Wilayah has totally lockdown. Here are some images from me captured those events and moments during the forth phase of MCO. photo adib rawi yahya.

Malaysians can now go in twos to buy goods and daily essentials, as the government looks to ease restrictions under the fourth phase of the movement control order (MCO) at Supermarket in Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

A staff cleaning a laundrette at Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur in preparation to resume business today after the government eased restrictions on the movement control order, allowing certain businesses to operate. photo adib rawi yahya

Resident seen wearing face mask during patrolling security controls in Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) in Selayang Baru, Kuala Lumpur. Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced today, EMCO in Selayang Baru is expected to be lifted based on public compliance with the EMCO, which was imposed on April 25, was reported at almost 100 percent. photo adib rawi yahya

The Malaysian Armed Forces personnel do a monitoring from the 3 storey building rooftop during patrolling security controls in Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) in Selayang Baru, Kuala Lumpur. Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced today, EMCO in Selayang Baru is expected to be lifted based on public compliance with the EMCO, which was imposed on April 25, was reported at almost 100 percent. photo adib rawi yahya

Social mobility among Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) in accordance with the National Security Council’s (SOP) Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in the Conditional Movement Control (CMCO) Order take effect May 4, 2020. The Ministry of Transport provides the country’s public service security remains ‘reliable’ and safe to use during the Conditional Movement Control Order effective May 4. They are always on the alert and ensuring that operators are adhered to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) including all civilians are regularly discharged such as social incarceration and use of cover and mouth in an effort to curb the transmission of COVID-19. photo adib rawi yahya

People are doing social distance during their first day of work in MCO phase 4. photo adib rawi yahya

People are doing social distance during their first day of work in MCO phase 4. photo adib rawi yahya

People are doing social distance during their first day of work in MCO phase 4. photo adib rawi yahya

People are doing social distance during their first day of work in MCO phase 4. photo adib rawi yahya

A worker wearing protective clothes and masks prepare before disinfect KLCC Big Blue taxi waiting area in front of the Suria KLCC mall entrance as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 at KLCC area, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

A worker wearing protective clothes and masks prepare before disinfect KLCC Big Blue taxi waiting area in front of the Suria KLCC mall entrance as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 at KLCC area, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

A worker wearing protective clothes and masks prepare before disinfect KLCC Big Blue taxi waiting area in front of the Suria KLCC mall entrance as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 at KLCC area, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

A worker wearing protective clothes and masks disinfect KLCC area in front of the Suria KLCC mall entrance as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 at KLCC area, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

A worker wearing protective clothes and masks disinfect KLCC area in front of the Suria KLCC mall entrance as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 at KLCC area, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

A worker wearing protective clothes and masks disinfect KLCC area in front of the Suria KLCC mall entrance as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 at KLCC area, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

A worker wearing protective clothes and masks disinfect KLCC area in front of the KLCC entrance as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 at KLCC area, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Rosli Raffi and his family offering prayer during a fast break at a food stall on the first day of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) at Food Stall, Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur. The government has announced that starting 4 May, almost all sectors of the economy and business activities will be allowed to operate again but will be subject to the terms and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) set by authorities. Malaysia has started to ease restrictions on the Movement Control Order (MCO) since it began on 18 March after consistently recording less than 100 cases per day. photo adib rawi yahya

Restaurant worker checks the body temperature of food delivery rider before taking the food order during a fast break on the first day of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) at Food Stall, Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur. photo adib rawi yahya

Armed Forces personnel erect barbed wire fencing in Taman Wilayah Selayang after it was placed under the enhanced movement control order on May 4, 2020. Jalan Raja Bot in Kampung Baru, and neighbouring residential areas Taman Wilayah and Taman Desa Bakti in Selayang have been placed under the enhanced movement control order (EMCO). This three area are located in the vicinity of areas classified as red zones due to a high number of Covid-19 infections recorded. photo adib rawi yahya

Residents of a low-cost apartment building in Taman Wilayah Selayang look out from their balcony while Armed Forces personnel guard at Taman Wilayah Selayang after it was placed under the enhanced movement control order (EMCO) on May 4, 2020. photo adib rawi yahya/theSun

Armed Forces personnel erect barbed wire fencing in Taman Wilayah Selayang after it was placed under the enhanced movement control order on May 4, 2020. photo adib rawi yahya

Armed Forces personnel erect barbed wire fencing in Taman Wilayah Selayang after it was placed under the enhanced movement control order on May 4, 2020. photo adib rawi yahya

Armed Forces personnel erect barbed wire fencing in Taman Wilayah Selayang after it was placed under the enhanced movement control order on May 4, 2020. photo adib rawi yahya

Armed Forces personnel erect barbed wire fencing in Taman Wilayah Selayang after it was placed under the enhanced movement control order on May 4, 2020. photo adib rawi yahya

Armed Forces personnel erect barbed wire fencing in Taman Wilayah Selayang after it was placed under the enhanced movement control order on May 4, 2020. Jalan Raja Bot in Kampung Baru, and neighbouring residential areas Taman Wilayah and Taman Desa Bakti in Selayang have been placed under the enhanced movement control order (EMCO). This three area are located in the vicinity of areas classified as red zones due to a high number of Covid-19 infections recorded. photo adib rawi yahya

Independent preacher Ebit Lew or his real name Ebit Irawan Ibrahim Lew is now frequently mentioned for his kindness in reaching out to the less fortunate during this MCO. His concern was to praise Malaysians when he provided help without choosing a race or religion. This Chinese-born preacher began to receive guidance when he was 12 years old. According to ustaz ebit in an interview, as a child he was a mischievous student, but day by day his heart began to open to know Islam better through one of his teachers. During that time, he was diligent in prayer and invited all his family members to join Islam. photo adib rawi yahya

Independent preacher Ebit Lew or his real name Ebit Irawan Ibrahim Lew is now frequently mentioned for his kindness in reaching out to the less fortunate during this MCO. His concern was to praise Malaysians when he provided help without choosing a race or religion. photo adib rawi yahya

Independent preacher Ebit Lew or his real name Ebit Irawan Ibrahim Lew is now frequently mentioned for his kindness in reaching out to the less fortunate during this MCO. His concern was to praise Malaysians when he provided help without choosing a race or religion. photo adib rawi yahya

Independent preacher Ebit Lew or his real name Ebit Irawan Ibrahim Lew is now frequently mentioned for his kindness in reaching out to the less fortunate during this MCO. His concern was to praise Malaysians when he provided help without choosing a race or religion. photo adib rawi yahya

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