Nightclubs to remain closed when country enters transition period, says KJ


KUALA LUMPUR: Nightclubs in the country will remain shut after April 1 when Malaysia enters the transition to endemicity phase, says Khairy Jamaluddin.

The Health Minister said the nightclubs are still considered high-risk for Covid-19 transmission and will be the only type of premises that remains in the country's “negative list” after April 1.

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