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Singapore: Up to 5 vaccinated people from different households can dine out from Nov 22; gathering size raised to 5 for all
Singapore will relax curbs on dining out, household visits and some social activities from Monday (Nov 22), as the country gets back on track towards its goal of living with Covid-19 after nearly two months of stabilisation measures.
JOURNEYING out in search of eateries serving homegrown vegetables and appetising food is gaining popularity among city folk.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Singapore's economic recovery has taken another big step forward with the start of Restaurant Asia 2021 on Thursday (Nov 18) - the largest meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (Mice) event held here to date since Covid-19 curbs were eased.
ONE in every 10 hawkers on Penang island is operating illegally since the first movement control order (MCO) in March last year, according to the Penang Island City Council (MBPP).
BUTTERWORTH: After having suffered losses for nearly two years, restaurants and major food operators in Penang are set to end 2021 with a bang following an increase in bookings for year-end annual dinners.
Shortly after it was announced that households can dine out in groups of up to five at restaurants from Wednesday, Goh Wen Tyng immediately made a booking for a meal at Keria Japanese Restaurant in Cuppage Plaza with her family.
GEORGE TOWN: Having become delivery riders after losing their jobs during the pandemic, many are now switching back to their old jobs after more sectors reopen under the National Recovery Plan.
IPOH: A total of 875 compound notices have been issued to people for disobeying the Covid-19 standard operating procedure since the interstate travel ban was lifted.
PRICES of food and drinks became a sour point for consumers during the Covid-19 pandemic.