Good news for sports enthusiasts

Futsal courts (pic, above) and badminton courts (pic, below) are among indoor games venues that are likely to see players returning for friendly matches with the relaxation of SOP for those who have completed two vaccine doses. — Filepic

STARTING today, the fully vaccinated will get to indulge in both indoor and outdoor sports even in groups, except for activities in gyms and fitness studios.

Penang youth and sports committee chairman Soon Lip Chee said as per the ruling from National Security Council, the fully vaccinated could also dine-in at the eateries of club houses, while sports activities could be enjoyed from 6am to 10pm daily.

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