Ten essential services must get new permission letter, MITI letter revoked as of June 1, says Domestic Trade Minister

PETALING JAYA: There are ten services listed as essential, including petrol stations, under the trade distribution sector that will be allowed to operate during the lockdown, says the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry.

Its Minister Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi said, in a statement Monday (May 31), that all businesses dealing with these 10 services now have to get new approval from the Ministry to operate during the lockdown.

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