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Indoor Mask Mandate Lifted In Malaysia But Not for Public Transportation

Indoor Mask Mandate Lifted In Malaysia But Not for Public Transportation

Malaysia on has today (Sep 7) scrapped the mask mandate for indoor settings, with premise owners allowed to decide whether to impose their own face mask requirements while

“Face masks indoors will be optional effective immediately,” said Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin, adding that masks remain mandatory for COVID-19 cases, and in public transport and healthcare facilities, which means masks are still to be used in hospitals, clinics and nursing homes while public transport covers e-hailing services, flights, taxis and trains.

Masks are “highly encouraged” for crowded indoor settings while high-risk individuals, those who are ill or symptomatic, as well as individuals who interact with vulnerable groups are also encouraged to keep their masks on says Khairy.

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