PUTRAJAYA: Family reunion dinners will likely be allowed on Chinese New Year’s eve on Jan 31, says the National Unity Ministry.
It was not talked about if there’s a cap on the variety of folks attending the dinner and open homes is not going to be allowed all through the celebration.
National Unity Minister Datuk Halimah Mohamed Sadique, who introduced the usual working procedures (SOP) for the upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations, stated prayers on the primary and second days of the Lunar New Year on Feb1 and a couple of could be allowed, with normal working procedures beneath Phase Four the National Recovery Plan in place.
Special prayers for Hokkien clan, which falls on Feb 8 and 9, in addition to prayers for Chap Goh Mei on Feb 15 are allowed.
“While open houses cannot be held, Chinese New Year receptions can be held but by invitation only.
“The reception cannot be held in multiple sessions and is not open to the public,” she stated at a press convention on Wednesday (Jan 19).
Also current was Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
Halimah stated primary SOP should be adopted resembling making certain friends register their attendance by way of MySejahtera, temperature checks and to guarantee attendees are totally vaccinated.
Lion, dragon and tiger dances will be carried out and are subject to inventive trade SOPs.
Meanwhile, Dr Wee stated the SOP announcement is nice information to the Chinese neighborhood.
“While we can enjoy the celebration, it is important that we continue to adhere to the SOP for the safety and health of everyone,” he stated.