Takeaway orders won’t sustain us in the long run, say eateries


KUALA LUMPUR: Many restaurants in the country are teetering on the edge, unsure if they will be able to survive for much longer.

This follows the ban on dine-ins, enforced since Phase 1 of the National Recovery Plan began on June 1, which will continue until Covid-19 cases fall below 4,000 a day.

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