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A wedding is always the most memorable day in a person’s life.

Well, we may have some good news for you love birds waiting to tie the knot.

Marriage events for non-Muslims can be carried out in regions under the Movement Control Order (MCO), Conditional MCO (CMCO) and Recovery MCO (RMCO) at the National Registration Department (JPN), temples and non-Muslim religious association grounds.

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JPN has allowed this ruling in accordance to all the weddings that have been withheld due to the enforcement of the MCO 2.0.

Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the allowance applies to non-Muslim couples whom have applied to get married at clan organisations, temples, churches and religious bodies.

The announcement states that for marriage ceremonies, the number of people allowed varies according to their respective areas.

In MCO areas only 10 people are allowed, in CMCO areas 20 people are allowed and in RMCO areas, 30 people are allowed.

However, for marriage registrations, it shall be carried out with not more than 10 people including the registrar.

Ismail Sabri said the ceremony must adhere to the standard operating procedure (SOP) in place by the National Security Council and the Health Ministry.

Social events like wedding dinners are strictly forbidden to take place!

Happy safe marriage life!!