Malaysians say no to Ramadan bazaars, fearful of a potential third Covid-19 wave


PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are calling for the annual Ramadan bazaar to be called off, citing concerns over the Covid-19 virus, which have infected more than 2,000 over the recent weeks.

Social media users have expressed their fear that a potential third wave of Covid-19 cases could be triggered if the authorities gave the green light for Ramadan bazaars.

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