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As Malaysia reopens again and starting to ease measures as part of the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), here are a few things that you can do starting today:
You can travel interstate again
Malaysians can now travel from state-to-state again, except for areas under the Emergency Movement Control Order (EMCO) and Semi Emergency Movement Control Order (SEMCO).
You can even stop at an R&R
Those traveling interstate are allowed to stop at the Rest & Relaxation (R&R) centres nationwide, provided they follow preventive measures. Even the musollahs can be used by Muslims to perform their prayers.
You can finally cut your hair
After being forced to close their shops for months, barbers can now reopen starting today.
Bernama reported certain shops have already equipped themselves with plastic ponchos, face masks, face shields and gloves to get ready for customers.
You can eat out ’til midnight
Eateries, grocery stores and mini marts nationwide can now operate up to 12am during the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO).
Previously, it was set to 6pm before it was extended to 8pm.
The list is pretty short, as indoor activities such as gyms; outdoor activities such as hiking, bazaars will only be allowed by 15 June, we’ll bring you the latest updates once more activities are announced.
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