CONGREGATIONAL PRAYERS ALLOWED, CHURCHES AND TEMPLES CAN OPEN AT 1/3 CAPACITY - MASIDI
10 Feb 2021
By Wartawan Nabalu News
KOTA KINABALU: The State Government has agreed to loosen restrictions for Muslims to perform Friday and five daily obligatory prayers at all mosques and surau in the state during the movement-control order (MCO) 2.0, starting 12 February.
Minister of Local Government and Housing Datuk Masidi Manjun said, only a maximum of 15 people are allowed at any one time for the five daily obligatory prayers and 45 people for the Friday prayer.
"This also applies to religious activities held in mosques or surau across Sabah.
"The state government has also agreed to allow houses of worship to operate with a maximum capacity of one-third of their normal capacities or not more than 45 people at any one time," he said in a statement here, today.
Meanwhile, Masidi stated that senior citizens and children are not encouraged to dine-in at a restaurant.
"In line with the Federal Government's decision to allow dine-in starting today, the State Government has agreed to allow dine-in with only two people per table.