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Muslims in S'pore stay upbeat ahead of Hari Raya despite Covid-19 restrictions on visitors

Mr Bambang Sumaryono and his family (top right corner) celebrating Hari Raya Puasa last year online with his extended family, including those from Sarawak in Malaysia. PHOTO: BAMBANG SUMARYONO
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SINGAPORE - On top of buying festive clothing and preparing delicacies like pineapple tarts, ketupat and rendang for Hari Raya next Thursday (May 13), Mr Muhd Amirul Hakim Mohamad Helmy's family is creating a roster for the customary household visits.

The 20-year-old part-time restaurant worker said his relatives will take turns to visit one another, in keeping with Singapore's Covid-19 safety regulations.

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