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Planning a special Mothers Day celebration this year is not so straightforward with the ongoing pandemic and conditional movement control order (MCO) in effect.
KUALA LUMPUR: Health experts are worried about another round of mass movement with the opening up of interstate travel.
JOHOR BARU: Mothers come first, movement control order (MCO) or not.
KUALA TERENGGANU: Since the outbreak of Covid-19, the term frontliners has been widely used but often confined to those working in the health sector or security forces.
Restaurants are not rushing to open their premises even though the prohibition on dining in has been lifted.
PARIS: On a typical day, 12,000 workers flock to Rungis International Market to sell fish, meat and other produce from as early as 2 am to the restaurants, supermarkets and farmers markets of Paris.
GEORGE TOWN: Dining out with friends used to be the norm, but it is now seemingly a luxury.
SYDNEY: Australian retail sales slumped in April after a record surge the previous month as widespread mobility restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus hit demand for clothing, travel and dining out.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As Japan's restaurants and bars slowly open up from a coronavirus lockdown, many are looking to reassure the public that dining out is safe again and one Japanese-style izakaya pub thinks it has found the perfect solution.