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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.
AN economist has warned that Kuala Lumpur establishments risk facing the same fate as the century-old Coliseum Cafe in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman if they do not turn around their business, downsize operations or temporarily close to save on operating costs.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians tend to eat late, so the Malaysian Indian Restaurant Owners Association (Primas) is hoping that restaurants will be allowed to operate longer hours.
PETALING JAYA: Restaurant operators are appealing to the government not to completely ban dining-in under the latest round of movement control order (MCO 3.0), arguing that the minimum of two customers per table should be allowed to help them cope with expenses.
PETALING JAYA: Restaurant and food operators have thanked the government for considering their appeal and allowing more than two to dine in despite the ongoing movement control order.
KLANG: The South Klang police station has seen long lines of people queuing up to get interstate travel passes since the second round of the movement control order was implemented.
PETALING JAYA: Mamak restaurants and other eateries are hoping in earnest for the government to come up with a comprehensive financial assistance plan for them in Budget 2021.
SEREMBAN: Operators of eateries and coffee shops here are trying to ensure their businesses can continue to run during the Covid-19 pandemic.