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KOTA KINABALU: Local authorities in the city here have allowed dine-ins to resume for restaurant operators amidst the continuous uncertainty over the standard operating procedure (SOP) statewide in Sabah.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah coffeeshops which opened for the first day of dine-ins on Tuesday (June 29) morning have switched back to take-aways after only about an hour or two following warnings from enforcement officers.
PETALING JAYA: Another economic package, this time worth RM150bil, has been launched to provide comprehensive assistance to the people, many of whom are facing financial constraints due to the prolonged Covid-19 pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: When it comes to food during the current movement control order, some Malaysians prefer to buy food directly from sellers while others prefer the convenience of delivery companies.
KUALA Lumpur’s nightclub, pub and restaurant operators, who have had no business since the first movement control order, are seeking a deferment of licence fees and taxes from Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and Federal Territories Ministry.They said such aid could help ease their financial burden and help save thousands of businesses that were in dire straits and facing permanent closure.
EATERY operators in Johor Baru are depending on delivery service providers to help sustain their operations amid the ongoing dine-in ban during the lockdown.
PETALING JAYA: Restaurants and eateries facing a sharp drop in business are appealing to the government for help.They foresee the upcoming Father’s Day celebration to be a muted affair with eateries not allowed to have any dine-in customers during the lockdown.
MORE than 10% of restaurant operators were forced to suspend their operations or close permanently due to the impact of the latest movement control order, China Press reported.
PETALING JAYA: Indian-Muslim restaurant operators are up in arms against a ruling requiring them to apply for approval to keep their businesses open under the ongoing lockdown.
PETALING JAYA: Many Malaysians have taken to social media to express their sympathy for restaurant workers, who were told by Sabah police not to have their meals in dining areas meant for customers.