- Reunion dinners are now allowed but limited to 15 family members living within a 10km radius
- Interstate and inter-district travel are still not allowed
- Religious activities at the temple on 11, 12, and 19 February will also be allowed with necessary SOPs to follow
CNY SOPs Newest Update
The National Unity Ministry (KPN) has just released a revised standard operating procedures (SOPs) for celebrating Chinese New Year during the MCO 2.0. It states that reunion dinners are now allowed with a limit of maximum 15 immediate family members living within a 10km radius. Interstate and inter-district travel is still not allowed.
Besides that, religious activities at the temple are now allowed on the 11, 12 and 19 February. The SOPs include having not more than 30 people at a single time and everyone must have their face masks on at all times. Check out the full updated CNY SOPs down below:
7 FEBRUARI 2021 – KENYATAAN MEDIA MAKAN BESAR KELUARGA DAN AKTIVITI KEAGAMAAN DI RUMAH IBADAT SEMPENA PERAYAAN TAHUN BARU CINA 2021 DIBENARKAN DENGAN MEMATUHI SOP YANG KETAT#PerpaduanSuatuKebiasaan #StaySafe pic.twitter.com/sXJhr8Ki8J
— Kementerian Perpaduan Negara (@PerpaduanNegara) February 7, 2021
Stay Safe, Folks
This may be good news for those living near your immediate family. Still, remember to practice good personal hygiene and remember to sanitise your hands at all times. Stay safe and take care, peeps!
Source: Oriental Daily
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