MCO: Indoor, outdoor sports and recreational activities prohibited; list of businesses to remain closed

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KUCHING, May 28: All sports and recreational activities including indoor and outdoor trainings, gyms, workout studios, swimming pools and tourism-related activities are not permitted throughout Movement Control Order (MCO) which will be enforced from tomorrow (May 29) until June 11 in Sarawak.

Under the latest MCO standard operating procedures (SOP), cycbercafes, massage centres, spa and reflexology centres, wellness centres, beauty or facial centres as well as pedicure and medicure centres are to remain closed.

Sports and recreational activities in all public parks and recreational areas are not permitted.


Other activities continued to be banned include outdoor photography activities, live performances at lounge, indoor or outdoor busking, night clubs or pubs, cinemas as well as karaokes including family karaokes.

Training, games, competitions and tournaments, be it in the indoor or outdoor, for individual and group sports are not allowed to be organised.

Tourism activities are not allowed as all tourist attractions including zoo, farms, aquariums, edutainment centres, recreational parks, extreme/adventure/nature parks, museums, libraries, art galleries, heritage and cultural centres, theme parks and family entertainment centres must be closed.

Any form of social gatherings such as wedding, engagement, marriage solemnisation (“akad nikah”), receptions, “aqiqah” ceremony, thanksgiving, anniversary and birthday celebrations, reunion and retreat are also not permitted.

In general, all activities that would involve movement and gathering of a group of people such as fun run, marathon, triathlon and others will not be allowed. — DayakDaily

The latest MCO SOP on activities not allowed to be carried out.