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Malaysia allows leisure activities in effort to tackle pandemic-induced stress

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Putrajaya, Sep 19 (EFE/EPA).- Public recreational parks have been allowed to reopen for leisure activities under Malaysia's National Recovery Plan, in an effort to reduce people’s stress amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic restrictions. (Camera: AHMAD YUSNI). SHOT LIST: PEOPLE WALK AROUND DATARAN PUTRA, NEXT TO THE PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE IN PUTRAJAYA; AND PEOPLE ENJOY THEIR TIME AT A PARK IN PUTRAJAYA, MALAYSIA.

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