Ministry moots ‘drive-thru Ramadan bazaars’


PUTRAJAYA: Could “drive-thru Ramadan bazaars” be part of the new normal following the outbreak of Covid-19?

It is an idea that the Health Ministry says it may consider as an alternative to the traditional food bazaars as the need to reduce human contact has become imperative to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

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