Kuala Lumpur: Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah today suggested that the conditional movement control order may end early if the majority of states under the red zones turn into the green in the next two weeks.
He stated that the majority of red zones are located in Klang Valley, Negri Sembilan, Perak and Penang, and are being monitored carefully as there has been a spike in cases.
In a press conference, he said that if these major areas turn into green zones and if the number of cases decreases, the ministry may uplift the CMCO.
This comes after he reminded everyone to stay at home for two weeks to break the transmission chain.
He stated that the number of cases has decreased since the implementation of CMCO.
Earlier, on 7 November Senior Minister Ismail Sabri announced CMCO in all peninsula states except for Perlis, Pahang and Kelantan.