People are advised to minimise outdoor activities during the RMO. <small> Cover image via </small>
Earlier today, 21 March, Senior Minister Fadillah Yusof said that only one person should be allowed to go out to buy daily essentials
According to Fadillah, who holds the Ministry of Works portfolio, only the head of the house or one family member will be allowed to go out during the Restriction of Movement Order (RMO) period.
The minister added that this is only on the condition that the person is running errands.
“Policy-wise, under the order, only one person, which is the head of the family, should be allowed to go out to get daily essentials or medicine. That is the basic guideline,” Fadillah said at a daily National Security Council (NSC) press briefing on the fourth day of RMO, as reported by Malaysiakini.
The Works Minister, however, said that if there is a need to bring someone along, the person must give a valid reason to the police
"If you have to bring someone with you in the car, you'll have to give a valid reason to the police, like if there was an emergency to attend to, or there is a death in the family or something similar," he said.</p>
He advised people to minimise outdoor activities during the RMO
<blockquote><p dir="ltr" lang="en">TLDR: buying groceries/deliveries until midnight only. Only head of household allowed to go out to buy.No laundromats. Repairmen etc allowed but only until 4pm. No night markets/pasar tani. https://t.co/f4C3k5CLph</p>— Erna Mahyuni (@ernamh) March 21, 2020</blockquote>
Meanwhile, Dr Adham has made a claim, albeit a misleading one, that drinking warm water can kill the virus that causes COVID-19:
If you still need to get errands done or food delivered, you can do so with one of these active delivery services available in the country:
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