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KUCHING: The Sarawak disaster management committee will decide how and when churches and other non-Muslim places of worship in the state can reopen after the conditional movement control order's (MCO) scheduled end on June 9.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Hindu Endowment Board (PHEB) will recommend to the state government against the reopening of temples in Penang.
PUTRAJAYA: A special ministerial meeting has given the green light for 174 non-Muslim places of worship to reopen under strict Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOP) from June 10.
ALL non-Muslim houses of worship in Penang that are permitted to reopen must strictly abide by the standard operating procedure (SOP).
GEORGE TOWN: All non-Muslim houses of worship in Penang who wish to reopen should submit their applications to their various religious representatives, urged Chong Eng.
PETALING JAYA: The Catholic Church has received approval from the government to reopen two churches and a mission from June 10.They are the Church of St John Vianney, Tampin and Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Cameron Highlands, and the Catholic Mission, Kuala Terengganu.
PETALING JAYA: The Rukun Tetangga neighbourhood watch teams are being roped in to help keep Covid-19 at bay in the green zones, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
PETALING JAYA: Although the green light has been given for non-Muslim places of worship in green zones to reopen from June 10 onwards, many are still opting to play it safe.
PUTRAJAYA: While some complications may arise if some parents are not allowed to bring their children to crowded places, authorities are hoping this can be minimised to reduce the risk of having children exposed to Covid-19.
PUTRAJAYA: The National Unity Ministry will meet with leaders of major religions to discuss counter suggestions for them to resume activities, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.