Restaurateurs welcome dine-in move despite strict guidelines


Getting ready: Restaurant manager Neelas, J. Neelavanen marking a table while a worker does the floor to maintain social distancing as restaurants will be allowed to reopen for dine-ins. — YAP CHEE HONG/The Star.

PETALING JAYA: Restaurateurs are cheering the move to allow customers to dine-in beginning Monday, despite the strict conditions they have to follow.

Malaysian Indian Muslim Restaurant Owners Association (Presma) president Datuk Jawahar Ali Taib Khan said they would follow the rules, challenging as they are, such as collecting a customer’s details.

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