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RMCO: Most sports, recreational activities with no crowding allowed

RMCO: Most sports, recreational activities with no crowding allowed
He said the permission included training for sporting teams or non-contact sports such as bowling, badminton, archery and shooting. - FILEpic
PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin has announced that certain types of sports and recreational activities will be allowed to resume, subject to compliance with the standard operating procedures (SOPs) during the implementation of the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO).

He said the permission included training for sporting teams or non-contact sports such as bowling, badminton, archery and shooting.

“Outdoor group activities such as cycling and motorcycle convoys are also allowed.

"What is still not allowed is sports competitions or games involving large crowds of supporters or spectators such as at stadiums, swimming and public swimming pools and contact sports such as rugby, wrestling, boxing, football, basketball and hockey," he said in his special address on the Movement Control Order (MCO) on Sunday.
The Prime Minister said commercial activities involving sales transactions and marketing outside the business premises are also allowed.

“Included in the list of activities allowed are museum visits, indoor busking, self-service laundry, recreational fishing activities including commercial fishing ponds and filming.
“Meetings and workshops are also allowed provided that they are fully compliant with health protocols and optimizing the space,” he said.