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Frustration for Malaysians as Hari Raya celebrations curtailed for 2nd year due to Covid-19

A Ramadan bazaar in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday amid the pandemic. Such bazaars will not operate for about two weeks after the Malaysian capital was placed under the country’s movement control order on May 7, 2021.
A Ramadan bazaar in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday amid the pandemic. Such bazaars will not operate for about two weeks after the Malaysian capital was placed under the country’s movement control order on May 7, 2021.PHOTO: REUTERS

KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian Muslims have expressed their frustration over having to experience a second consecutive Hari Raya under partial lockdown conditions.

This is after a fresh spike in coronavirus cases led the government to institute partial lockdowns in Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia's most populous state, Selangor.

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