Call to cancel Ramadan bazaars to stop spread


Thousands of customers patronise Ramadan bazaars and this could lead to many people being infected with Covid-19. - Filepic A lot of people visiting Bazaar Ramadan to buy foods for breaking fast at Taman Adda Height, Johor Baru. Pic by ABDUL RAHMAN EMBONG/The Star

JOHOR BARU: Organisers of Ramadan bazaars in Johor are urged to consider cancelling or postponing them due to Covid-19.

Johor Consumers Movement Association chairman Md Salleh Sadijo said even though the popular bazaars during the fasting month provided opportunities for traders to make extra money, they should think of the consequences.

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