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MKN: No More Four-Person Per Table Limit For Eateries In CMCO Areas


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Source: Utusan Malaysia & Asia News Day

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There will no longer be a limit to the number of people allowed to sit at a table for dine-in eateries.

Latest Cmco Dine In Rules Maximum Of Four Person Per Table In Selangor Kl Putrajaya Takeaway And Delivery Only For Sabah

This new ruling is stated in the National Security Council’s updated list of SOPs released this morning (7 December) following the enforcement of the CMCO being lifted and extended for several states.


Posted by Majlis Keselamatan Negara on Sunday, December 6, 2020

According to the list, eateries and restaurants in CMCO areas will no longer have to impose a limit on the number of patrons allowed to sit at one table as long as physical distancing is still maintained.

However, the ruling differs for dine-in customers in Sabah. For eateries in the East-Malaysian state, each table is only allowed to accommodate half the total number of pax designed to fit each table. Hence, a four-person table can only seat two patrons.

A number of restrictions have been lifted since the latest announcement of the CMCO in our country. Among these restrictions are the removal of the limit imposed on the number of people allowed to travel in one vehicle, as well as the national interstate travel ban.

Stay tuned for more updates! 


Also read: Extended or Lifted? Here’s The Full List Of States That Are Still Under CMCO

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