Although some people find it confusing to constantly revise the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in accordance with the various definitions of the Malaysian blockade, at least it is good news for cyclists. According to the first and second phases of the National Rehabilitation Plan (NRP) announced on July 19, cycling and other personal sports are now allowed, but a separation distance of at least 2 to 3 meters must be maintained, but only in the vicinity.
This is an activity called for by many in the cycling community, especially when the police come out to say Cycling as a sport and recreational activity Prohibited by Motion Control Order 3.0 (FMCO) SOP. however, Cycling to work According to the FMCO, which was executed from June 1 to June 14, all outdoor recreational activities, including walking and jogging, were allowed, and then were banned after the order was further extended.
Malaysia’s transportation department has also seen the relaxation of SOPs, and ports, airports and logistics departments are allowed to operate around the clock. At the same time, the business premises are open from 6 am to 10 pm, including specialty stores such as gas stations.