Swimming pools, cinemas in Malaysia allowed to operate starting July 1

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July 1 is set to be a big reopening day for activities and locations that have been suspended ever since the movement control order (MCO) was introduced – among them public swimming pools, theatres, cinemas and important meetings such as annual general meetings (AGMs) for political parties and trade unions.

Senior Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said swimming pools and water recreational activities will be allowed from July 1 subject to recovery MCO standard operating procedures.

He also announced that cinemas, theatres and other “live events” will be allowed to resume business from July 1 but in closed premises only.

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