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“What SOP is this?!” M’sians Confused As Ramadhan Bazaar In KL To Go On Despite MCO

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At this point, perhaps only the government is aware of all the SOPs?

After the government announced that six districts in Selangor will be put under MCO, it didn’t take long for them to announce that Kuala Lumpur will also be put under MCO starting 7 May 2021. Despite both areas being under MCO, the SOPs, however, are not the same.

While Ramadhan Bazaars in Selangor have been cancelled (after the Defence Minister first saying it will go on as per usual), these Ramadhan Bazaars in Kuala Lumpur have been confirmed to operate starting tomorrow (7 May) reported Berita Harian.

The Ramadhan Bazaars will be allowed to operate from 3pm to 8pm while Aidilfitri Bazaars are allowed to operate from 10am to 10pm under strict SOPs. Unsurprisingly, Malaysians are confused and enraged over the quick turnover in decisions and also the inconsistency of SOPs in various states.

“What MCO is this? The SOPs are everywhere! So far, the only thing that’s not allowed is to dine-in and balik kampung?”

“You’re saving the vendors but risking thousands of visitors! What SOP is this?!”

Another Twitter user pointed out that there’s no guarantee that by reopening these places, a new cluster won’t be formed.

Is the reopening necessary? Let us know in the comments section!

 

Also read: “Can I go to the gym?” Here Are All The SOPs You Need To Know About Selangor’s MCO 3.0


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