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Defence Minister: All Non-Muslim Religious Institutions Now ALLOWED To Operate As Per Usual

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Source: The Star & Trip Advisor

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All non-Muslim religious institutions are now allowed to operate as per before the MCO started, announced Defence Minister, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri today (14th June) during a live press conference.

After announcing that mosques will be allowed to fully re-open in Kuala Lumpur, the Senior Minister addressed the case of other religious institutions in a statement: “All non-muslim religious institutions will be allowed to operate as per usual across Malaysia.”

Ismail Sabri elaborated that these houses of worship can resume activities as they were before the MCO took place. However, the minister also stressed that this general announcement was made by governing authorities and the decision could be accepted or rejected by different state leaders.

“Different Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)s will apply for different states accordingly,” said the minister. Nonetheless, the mandatory SOPs of registration will still apply. Visitors of these religious institutions will have to fill up their personal details at the premise itself or register under the MySejahtera app. Other SOPs such as checking body temperature and social distancing still need to be followed at all times.

Stay tuned for more updates! 

 

Also read: Defence Minister: ALL Mosques And Surau In KL Can Now Be Re-Opened Except In Red Zones

Source: The Star
Source: Trip Advisor

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