Kuala Lumpur: State Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Masidi Manjun said the state government has permitted to reopen the tourism and cultural activities in Sabah but only with a maximum of 50% capacity allowed per venue.
The venues allowed to operate include zoos, aquariums, recreational parks, theme parks, nature parks and family entertainment centres.
Centres of art, culture and heritage, such as museums, libraries, art galleries and theatres in the state, may also reopen, Masidi said.
In a statement, he said that these activities would be allowed to operate under physical distancing, wearing of face masks, and compliance with the conditional movement control order. While, standard operating procedures are still in force in the state until the end of the year.
Meanwhile, he said sports and recreational activities involving a large number of participants, nightclubs or pubs, cinemas and live concerts and events with spectators are still not allowed in the state.