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M’sians Call Out Double Standard As Large Crowd Seen Partying At Food Fest In KL

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The Absolut Food Fest took place over the weekend with food stalls as far as the eye could see and high-energy performances by local acts.

But unfortunately, the large crowd during the performances at the festival has left many calling foul.

The 我们是马来西亚人 We are Malaysians Facebook page shared a video of the crowd as they danced along to the live music. Even a conga line could be seen in front of the stage. But many believe this is a clear sign of double standards as nightclubs are still not allowed to open despite the country moving into the endemic phase soon.

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In the video, people can be seen wearing their masks but no one seemed to be physically distancing themselves.

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This caused many to call out double standards as nightclubs are not allowed to open and yet people were allowed to dance in close proximity with each other in a large crowd at the event.

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“This one can but nightclubs cannot.”

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“Indoor clubs cannot open but outdoor clubbing can? Malaysia boleh.”

 

It’s truly saddening to see how such large crowds can flout the Covid-19 SOPs and potentially cause an outbreak while businesses that are deemed risky are not even given any leeway to operate.

What do you think? Double standards or no? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

 

Also read: M’sians Angered By Red Carpet For Menteri Besar Johor’s First Day On The Job

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