Business going from bad to worse after MCO 3.0


Staying afloat: A vegetable seller attending to customers at the Batu Lanchang market. — LIM BENG TATT/The Star

WET markets in Penang are bearing the brunt of a lockdown again, even during the festive period.

Fishmonger Ang Swee Sim, 57, who has been in the business since she was 10, said business before MCO 3.0 was already bad but now, it was even worse.

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