For Klang Valley, life in Part Two of NRP consists of shopping at brick-and-mortar retailers for garments, cosmetics, sporting items and pampering once more | Malaysia

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Visitors crowd a mall in Kuala Lumpur during the second phase of the National Recovery Plan on September 10, 2021. – Picture by Shafwan Zaidon

KUALA LUMPUR, September 15 – Massage centers, beauty salons, hairdressing and hairdressing stores, photography stores and sports stores are among the companies allowed to reopen under the new guidelines of the Ministry of Internal Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP).

Vape shops, car dealerships, antique shops, carpet, toy and used goods dealers, handicraft and souvenir shops are also allowed to open according to the new guidelines for the second phase of the National Economic Stimulus Program (NRP).

In addition, beauty salons can now perform pedicures, manicures, facials, nail clipping, body slimming, waxing, and breast and ovarian treatments with multiple SOPs.

However, the ministry said that only premises that have been registered and approved by local authorities will be allowed to operate.

Apart from that, all other SOPs must be observed, such as B. to only let in customers with a low risk, to ensure the proper hygiene of the employees and to ensure that everyone logs in via the MySejahtera app.


Customers queue as they wait in one of the stores in a mall in Kuala Lumpur during the second phase of the National Recovery Plan on September 10, 2021. – Picture by Shafwan Zaidon

People who are fully vaccinated can accompany their children under 17 as long as they adhere to the SOPs.

The number of customers at any given time is limited to one customer per four square meters.

Customers must present their latest digital certificate and wear a proper face mask upon request from the store owner.

At the hairdressers and barbers, all tools used during the service such as combs, hair clippers and scissors must be disinfected or disposed of after use. The service provider must wear a face mask and gloves at all times.

A man gets his hair cut at a mall in Kuala Lumpur during the second phase of the National Recovery Plan on September 10, 2021.  - Picture by Shafwan Zaidon
A man gets his hair cut at a mall in Kuala Lumpur during the second phase of the National Recovery Plan on September 10, 2021. – Picture by Shafwan Zaidon

Customers must be provided with a brand new apron or disposable apron and are not allowed to stay in the shop for more than an hour.

For parents accompanying children under 17 to have their hair cut, only two family members are allowed in the premises per visit and only fully vaccinated legal guardians are allowed to enter.

Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya entered the second phase of the NRP.

Only Johor and Kedah, with the exception of Langkawi, remain in phase one.

Negri Sembilan, Sarawak and Perlis are already in phase three.

Labuan is the only place in Malaysia that is currently in phase 4 of the NRP.

For more details, visit the Ministries’ Twitter handle https://twitter.com/kpdnhep/status/1437941014602272770/photo/2