Malaysia proposes ease of Covid 19 controls for the vaccinated


Following the Hari Raya Haji celebrations, Malaysia will announce intentions to loosen restrictions for people who have been completely vaccinated against Covid-19.
While the laws are still being reviewed, this may imply that 4.5 million individuals, or around 20% of the country’s adult population, will be able to go beyond the existing 10km radius restriction or dine in restaurants.
Under the complete movement control order, which has been in effect in most states since June 1, certain actions are prohibited.
“We’ll give you some leeway. The technical committee is extensively examining the idea, both in terms of persons and the economic sectors that are permitted to participate in the easing of limitations “On Monday, Deputy Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob remarked (July 19).
Authorities are looking for anyone breaking travel restrictions and social separation regulations to celebrate Hari Raya Haji, which falls on Tuesday.
So far, almost 15 million vaccine doses have been delivered across the country, with roughly 10 million people receiving their first dosage.
By the end of August, the government expects 40% of the population to have been immunized, and by the end of October, all adults will have gotten both doses.


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