Malaysia reopened nearly all economic and social activities on Wednesday after nearly three months of lockdown successfully brought down virus infections.

Malaysians can now travel for domestic holidays, get their hair cut and visit street markets, while schools and religious activities will gradually resume.

Night clubs, pubs, karaoke, theme parks and reflexology centres will stay shut during the recovery period.
Contact sports or those that involve many spectators such as football, and activities involving mass groups, are still banned. 

Source: AlJazeera

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