You’re still allowed to visit your family members during the holiday season.
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The National Security Council has recently come up with the SOPs throughout the Christmas period.
Based on reports from Malay Mail, while large-scale events are not allowed for both Christmas and New Year’s, small private functions are still allowed, provided that those who attend must test themselves for Covid-19.
Here’s what you need to know:
Implementation date: 24 December (Christmas Eve) and 25 December (Christmas Day)
Prayer ceremonies: allowed according to the Opening of Non-Muslim Houses of Worship SOPs.
Choirs: allowed by practicing physical distancing of not less than one meter and wearing a face mask or face shield.
Visiting family members: allowed only for complete vaccine recipients
Choir singing ceremony (caroling) from house to house: not allowed
Christmas stalls: subject to the approval and control of the Local Authority
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