Hari Raya Aidilfitri marks the end of Ramadan and is considered the festival of gratitude to God, therefore Muslims will celebrate it with families and loved ones by having feasts, homecoming, contemplation, forgiveness and reconciliation.
However, Hari Raya of this year was so different with the previous years due to the pandemic of Covid-19 and these Malaysians decided to change their way for celebration by having picnic in front of their front gate.
Under the conditional movement control order (CMCO), Malaysians are forbidden to have house-to-house visiting and also gatherings for over 20 people during Hari Raya.
The video which went viral on social media recently, shows that there were some families in a residential neighbourhood in Negeri Sembilan, found out their own way to celebrate the big day together while practicing social distancing.
▼ As we can see in the video, there were about 20 families sat along the road which is in front of their homes. They put a mat outside their homes and sat together with their family members for having their meals.
One of the families organised an open house with buffet and invited the neighbours. Every Families prepared different traditional dishes and placed at one’s home. All of them put on their new clothes and enjoyed the food outside their respective homes.
▼ And the most importantly, the residents kept maintaining a safe social distances while enjoying their picnics together.
As the saying, the visitors are required to take body temperature measurements and also scan the QR code. They even provided face masks and hand sanitizer to ensure the necessary precautions were taken.
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Source: N9 INFO TRAFFIC / Facebook