Teens fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are now allowed in cinemas for Phase 4 states and Sarawak - SoyaCincau

Cinema SOPs have been updated and fully vaccinated individuals regardless of age can now watch movies on the big screen. The new SOP is applicable for selected states effective 18 October.

17/10/2021 7:00:00 PM

Cinema SOPs have been updated and fully vaccinated individuals regardless of age can now watch movies on the big screen. The new SOP is applicable for selected states effective 18 October.

Cinema SOPs have been updated and fully vaccinated individuals regardless of age can now watch movies on the big screen. The new SOP is applicable for selected states effective 18 October.

Source:GSCAn individual who has received a two-dose vaccine such as Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Sinovac is only counted as fully vaccinated 14 days after receiving the second dose. Those who have gotten a single-dose vaccine such as Johnson & Johnson and CanSino are considered fully vaccinated 28 days after getting the vaccination. At the moment, the National Immunisation Programme is vaccinating children aged 12 years old and above against COVID-19.

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Source:TGV CinemasFor other Phase 3 states such as Perlis, Terengganu, Kedah, Pulau Pinang, Perak, Kelantan, Johor and Sabah, individuals below 18 years old are still not allowed in cinemas regardless of their vaccination status. In terms of operating hours, cinemas in Phase 3 states are allowed to open until midnight while Phase 4 states can open until late.

As announced by the Prime Minister recently, the government haslifted more restrictionswhich include allowing eHailing providers to carry up to the maximum passenger limit, while highway rest stops can operate 24 hours a day. The mandatory quarantine period for fully vaccinated travellers from overseas has been reduced to 7 days, while partially or non-vaccinated individuals are required to be quarantined for 10 days. Fully vaccinated individuals who are placed under quarantine due to close contact with a positive case are also given a shorter quarantine period of 7 days. headtopics.com

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