Licensed premises with essential items can sell alcohol during lockdown, Domestic Trade Ministry clarifies


PETALING JAYA: Liquor is allowed to be sold on premises such as convenience stores with licences to sell liquor and are allowed to operate during the lockdown, says Datuk Rosol Wahid.

The Deputy Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister said the ban by the National Security Council is only on the manufacturing of liquor and those premises that exclusively sell liquor.

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