NRP Phase 1 : Cycling + Individual Exercise Now Allowed!

NRP Phase 1 : Cycling + Individual Sports Now Allowed!

Cycling and individual sports are now allowed in areas under Phase 1 of the Malaysia National Recovery Plan!

Here is what you need to know!

 

NRP Phase 1 : Cycling + Individual Sports Now Allowed!

On 19 July 2021, the Malaysia National Security Council (MKN) announced that cycling and individual sports are now allowed in areas under Phase 1 of the National Recovery Plan.

From 20 July 2021 onwards, individual exercise without physical contact in open spaces is allowed, LIMITED to :

  • jogging
  • cycling
  • individual games
  • individual exercise

In addition, people must maintain physical distancing of 2-3 metres, and exercise only within the neighbourhood, from 7 AM until 8 PM.

 

NRP Phase 1 : Group Sports Allowed (Not Cycling!)

While cycling is now allowed in Phase 1 areas, you are only allowed to cycle individually. Cycling in groups is not permitted, even though these other group sports are allowed :

  • Centralised training programs, including closed quarantined competitions using Camp Based Training are ALLOWED.
  • Centralised training programs with quarantine by State Sports Councils using Camp Based Training are ALLOWED.
  • Centralised training programs including quarantined training competitions for teams in the Malaysian Football League (MFL) using Camp Based Training are ALLOWED.
  • Malaysian Football League matches are ALLOWED based on the closed Sports Bubble model, without spectators or supporters.

 

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