Taxi and e-hailing drivers in Klang Valley take on food, grocery deliveries to supplement income

The taxi queue at Mid Valley Megamall used to snake out to the main road because of high demand. This is no longer the case today. — AZLINA ABDULLAH/The Star

THE taxi industry has taken a hit since early March following the imposition of the movement control order to stem the spread of Covid-19.

Many taxi drivers have lost their jobs this year as industries across the board continue to feel its effects.

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