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THE general population may have their masks on in public areas but not all are wearing them correctly.
A TOTAL of 23 eateries in the Klang Valley came together to raise over RM46,000 for needy dialysis patients under Great Heart Charity Association (GHCA)’s Dine-In One Nation campaign, held from August to October.
KUANTAN: The Pahang government wants all visitors and those returning from Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya to observe the new normal in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the state.
FOOD and beverage operators in Johor have no plans to increase their prices as the move could become counterproductive.
THE recent spike in Covid-19 cases has made Klang Valley folk worried.
EATERY operators in Selangor say it is essential that customers can dine at their premises to help their business stay afloat during the conditional movement control order (MCO).
Ipoh City Council has approved a project to rebuild a stretch of a drain at Jalan Hoover in Pasir Pinji to alleviate the constant issue of blockage.
JOHOR BARU: Food and beverage operators in Johor have no plans to increase their prices as the move could become counterproductive.
JOHOR BARU: While more people are dining out now compared to the previous phases of the movement control order (MCO), many restaurateurs are still struggling to make ends meet because clientele is still down by as much as 70% in some eateries.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has brought massive changes to our daily lives, changes that happened rapidly and abruptly.