Some concerns linger about allowing dining-in again


Tan posing with a bowl of cendol and his digital vaccination certificate at his stall in Keng Kwee Street. — LIM BENG TATT/The Star

FOOD outlet operators in Penang have a few worries about accepting dine-in customers again, with some questioning if people will even dare to dine in at this time.

Cendol stall operator Tan Chong Kim, 63, said he would wait for others to allow dining-in before considering the option.

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