Giant step to endemic phase


PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia took a giant step towards Covid-19 endemicity with a raft of new rules, with face masks no longer a must when outdoors, registering with the MySejahtera app not needed and social distancing also not required.

Khairy Jamaluddin, who announced the new set of rules, said face masks can come off when people are outside their houses, offices or when they are at a park or bus stops from May 1.

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