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PETALING JAYA: Despite a movement control order (MCO) in place, many Malaysians continued with their favourite pastime – eating and hanging out at food courts and restaurants on the first day.
PETALING JAYA: The government has gazetted more entities as essential services under the movement control order.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has told restaurants and bars to make sure customers are seated at least one metre apart, the latest step to try to halt the spread of coronavirus. But some establishments are choosing to temporarily close instead, forcing staff to stay at home.
SHANGHAI (AFP): Restaurants are reopening, traffic and factories are stirring, and in one of the clearest signs yet that China is awakening from its coronavirus coma, the country's "dancing aunties" are once again gathering in parks and squares.
PETALING JAYA: Failure is not an option, says the director-general of the Health Ministry Datuk Seri Noor Hisham Abdullah, as he urges people to stay at home and distance themselves from others to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
WHILE most eateries and roadside stalls in Kuala Lumpur were closed, save for takeaways and deliveries, a few stalls in Brickfields were spotted on Wednesday (March 18) serving people drinks despite the movement control order going into effect.
MANY Malaysians don’t seem to get it. We are to stay at home, period. Instead the movement control order has led to many of us hitting the highways to balik kampung.
PETALING JAYA: As the nation enters its first day of the restricted movement, checks are being conducted by the police on several food premises to ensure that everyone abides by the movement control order.
IPOH: Many restaurants and coffee shops here are closed on Wednesday (March 18) as the movement control order (MCO) comes into effect.
SIBU: Food and drink stalls at the central market here are still allowing customers to dine-in despite a nationwide ban that came into force today (March 18).