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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.
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

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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