Statistic as of 7 February 2021

Covid-19 Malaysia

Confirmed Cases

In Treatment

Discharged

Deaths

Malaysia
285761 (+2192)
32076
252623
1062

Covid-19 situation in Sabah, Sarawak and Brunei

Confirmed Cases

Deaths

Sabah
52174 (+369)
369
Sarawak
8164 (+221)
74
Brunei
185
3

MCO 2.0 In Sabah. January 13 – February 18, 2021

The Malaysian Government has imposed Movement Control Order 2.0 in Sabah and few other states in Malaysia following number of cases reaching 4 digits reported for weeks. Here are some basic restrictions under this MCO.

  • Inter-state Travel is banned nationwide.
  • Inter-district travel is banned and movement is limited to within a 10 km radius
  • Dine-in at restaurants is allowed maximum 2 persons at a table.
  • No tourism activities, social gatherings or events, entertainment spots.
  • Few business operation are now allowed to operate until 10pm
  • For more detailed MCO restrictions, visit this PAGE

Travel Restrictions

Travel Ban

At present, Malaysian International borders remain closed.

Travellers that are categorised as permitted to travel into Malaysia are required to undergo medical screening upon entry and will be put under quarantine at designated quarantine centres by the government. Cost of quarantine will be borne by the traveller.

To read more on travel requirement under new norms, visit this PAGE

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