Perak not allowing dine-in at restaurants


IPOH: Perak will maintain its stance of not allowing dine-in at restaurants, besides forbidding sports and recreational activities at public parks, says Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.

He said the state government was of the view that restaurant operators and food premises must take precautions before the state government could allow dine-in.

“They must be ready to follow and adhere to the standard operating procedure before dine-in is possible again,” he said in a statement yesterday.

His remarks came about following Senior Minister Datuk Seri Azmin Ali’s comments that state governments should comply with the conditional movement control order (MCO) that was announced on May 1, which outlined for the reopening of selected businesses and activities.

But several states did not follow suit, saying that they wanted to maintain precautions against Covid-19.

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