M'sia eases Covid-19 restrictions for Chinese New Year, house visits & banquets allowed

20/1/2022 6:02:00 AM

Open houses not allowed.

M'sia eases Covid-19 restrictions for Chinese New Year, house visits & banquets allowed

Open houses not allowed.

According to the prevailing standard operating procedures under Malaysia'sPhase 4 National Recovery Plan, attendees are limited to 50 per cent of the venue's capacity, and safe distancing must be imposed.Celebrations to usher in the Hokkien New Year or to celebrate the Festivals of the Jade Emperor on the ninth day of the Chinese lunar calendar are permitted if confined to the perimeter of one's house.

Chap goh mehcelebrations on the 15th day of the lunar calendar, at the respective houses of worship are permitted, subject to Phase 4 restrictions.Traditional dances, such as lion dances, are also allowed, subject to restrictions for creative industries by Malaysia's Communications and Multimedia Ministry.

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According to the prevailing standard operating procedures under Malaysia's Phase 4 National Recovery Plan , attendees are limited to 50 per cent of the venue's capacity, and safe distancing must be imposed. Celebrations to usher in the Hokkien New Year or to celebrate the Festivals of the Jade Emperor on the ninth day of the Chinese lunar calendar are permitted if confined to the perimeter of one's house. Chap goh meh celebrations on the 15th day of the lunar calendar, at the respective houses of worship are permitted, subject to Phase 4 restrictions. Receptions organised by companies or associations must be held in a hall or a restaurant, she said during a press conference. Traditional dances, such as lion dances, are also allowed, subject to restrictions for creative industries by Malaysia's Communications and Multimedia Ministry. Follow and listen to our podcast here Top image by Wan San Yip on Unsplash.67 per cent.

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