KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government on Sunday (Sept 19) announced further relaxation for fully vaccinated individuals, in particularly, attendance at non-Muslim religious houses.
Sabah Covid-19 spokesman Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun said the attendance permitted is at 30% capacity of the non-Muslim religious houses, and only for those who completed their vaccination.
"The management committee of these religious houses must ensure attendees are only those who have been fully inoculated.
"The congregations are also not allowed to share praying paraphernalia with each other, and must bring their own," he said, adding that protocols like physical distancing are still in place.
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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s Covid-19 daily cases dropped to 1,395 on Saturday (Sept 18), from 1,533 cases previously.
State Covid-19 spokesperson Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun said the downtrend in new cases recorded in the last few days was in tandem with the increase in the number of vaccinated people.
However, he said this should not lull the people into complacency on the continuous need to comply with all the standard operating procedures (SOPs).
"Vaccination does not give 100% protection against Covid-19 infection, it only lessens the severity of its symptoms.
"Sarawak is a good reminder that a higher percentage of your population vaccinated does not guarantee that infection would not recur.
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