Xiao En Group: No visitors, no Qing Ming ceremonies during MCO


KUALA LUMPUR: Xiao En Group will decline any visitors or Qing Ming worship ceremonies until March 31, due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

It said the preventive measures were in line with the government’s movement control order (MCO), announced by the Prime Minister on March 16 and which went into force on March 18.

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Xiao En , Memorial Parks , MCO

   

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