Karaoke centres with private rooms to reopen in Sarawak


Desmond Davidson

People walk past a karaoke outlet in Tokyo. The Sarawak Ministry of Housing and Local Government is allowing karaoke outlets with private rooms to reopen from August 15, subject to meeting public health guidelines. – EPA pic, August 6, 2020.

KARAOKE centres in Sarawak will be able to reopen from August 15, provided they had private rooms on the premises, having been given the green light by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government.

Outlets without private rooms will have to wait for approval, according to state officials.


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