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PETALING JAYA: Some people may be wary of dining-in for now, but so are food operators – with some hesitant to open their doors to the public, even to those who are fully vaccinated.
PETALING JAYA: Patrons are unlikely to "lepak" (hang around) at mamak restaurants any time soon despite the announcement to allow dine-in for those who are fully vaccinated, says Malaysian Indian Muslim Restaurant Owners Association (Presma).
PETALING JAYA: Enabling the early detection of Covid-19 cases, the self-test kits will be a good internal control for companies, say business operators.
PETALING JAYA: With Phase One of the National Recovery Plan still in force, businesses want the government to recalibrate the list of essential services and industries to include their supply and export businesses.They also urged the introduction of automatic moratoriums, rental waivers and relief, tax exemptions and the ramping up of vaccination programmes for industries.
AN economist has warned that Kuala Lumpur establishments risk facing the same fate as the century-old Coliseum Cafe in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman if they do not turn around their business, downsize operations or temporarily close to save on operating costs.
PETALING JAYA: Many companies are looking into making Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory for employment, even in the post-pandemic era.