Jogging, non-contact sports allowed with physical distancing from 7am to 8pm, says Ismail Sabri

PETALING JAYA: Individual and non-contact sports, and recreational activities are allowed to resume in open areas from 7am to 8pm, but are restricted to only jogging and exercises that will need to adhere to a physical distancing of two to three metres, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

"The activities can be performed in the neighbourhood but are subjected to the movement control order that is currently in force," he said.

For religious activities, Ismail Sabri in a statement said that prayers at mosques and surau are limited to a maximum of 12 committee members.

"Other activities are not allowed.

"Akad nikah will only be allowed at Islamic religious offices or departments with attendance that are in accordance with the ruling of the state religious authorities," he said.

For activities at other houses of worship, only a maximum of 12 committee members are allowed and the presence of other worshippers will not be permitted.

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