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BUSINESS organisations are hoping that Johor lawmakers will put the people’s interest first when the state legislative assembly reconvenes tomorrow.
GEORGE TOWN: Restaurant operators are happy that they can now allow customers to dine in and are making sure that safety measures are in place at their premises.
PETALING JAYA: The National Security Council (NSC) has agreed to ease restrictions for those who are fully vaccinated starting from tomorrow, with more relaxation for the economic sectors to follow.
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: Besides feeding health frontliners and those in need around the Klang Valley since the pandemic began, with the last month alone seeing the Crisis Relief Squad of MCA (CRSM) distributing 10,000 food packs, the team has also contributed equipment to resource-strapped hospitals.
MELAKA: The Chief Minister has asked convenience stores and restaurant operators in Ujong Pasir here not to jump to any conclusion after several residents from the Portuguese Settlement had to undergo the Covid-19 swab tests.
RESTAURANT operators were looking forward to the first weekend of relaxed rules allowing groups of five to dine in after three weeks of hosting groups of two.
PETALING JAYA: Now that the enhanced movement control order has been lifted in many parts of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur, retailers and restaurant operators want the government to allow them to open their doors to customers who have been vaccinated.
BANGKOK: Thailand risks fuelling its decade-high unemployment rate and household debt with the imposition of lockdown-like measures to contain the deadliest Covid outbreak to hit the nation.