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Cinemas and exhibitions open for vaccinated Malaysians

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Cinemas, museums and exhibitions have been opened in several areas of Malaysia only for vaccinated residents.


Since Thursday, the Malaysian authorities have allowed vaccinated residents of the capital and some states to visit cinemas, museums, and concert performances. This is stated in the published order of Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yacob.

- said the head of government. “Only those who have received both doses of the vaccine will be able to visit cinemas, which are allowed to receive up to 50% of the total capacity of the halls,” he said. In addition, according to him, “museums, galleries, theaters, concert halls, comedy shows will be able to receive up to 30% of visitors, who must also be fully vaccinated.”

“This is one of the steps taken by the government to restore economic activity,” said Ismail Sabri Yacob.

In early June, the authorities imposed severe socio-economic restrictions throughout the territory due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus. Despite the announced lockdown, the number of infected people steadily increased during the summer months. The government, seeing the economic downturn, has recognized the need to gradually lift restrictions as vaccination scales up. More than 60% of Malaysian adults are now fully vaccinated, and from 8 September, teens 12 years of age and older can get vaccinated.

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