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FOOD and grocery delivery services are stretched thin as demand has spiked since the movement control order (MCO) took effect on March 18.
THE Penang Newspaper Vendors and Book Association, which is being badly affected by the movement control order (MCO), is seeking financial aid from the state government’s Covid-19 economic stimulus package.
When I went out to buy food over the past few days at my regular mixed rice shop in Taman Desa Tebrau, Johor Baru, I noticed that each day there were some new guidelines imposed on customers.
THE atmosphere was intense at Aman Central Mall in Alor Setar, Kedah, as the three shortlisted shoppers held their breath, hoping to pick the correct key which could win them a brand new Ford Ranger XLT Plus worth RM125,000.
EATERIES in Penang are doing their bit to help frontliners who are working tirelessly to protect the people during the movement control order (MCO) by preparing free food and drinks for them.
JOHOR BARU: The 24-hour Indian Muslim restaurants are reporting a drastic drop in their daily revenue since the start of the 14-day movement control order (MCO) on March 18.
A SHOPPING outlet is taking down personal particulars of its patrons as a measure to guard against the spread of Covid-19.
WE have seen large congregation of shoppers in wet markets and shopping outlets and this has come as a great concern.
1 UTAMA Shopping Centre is providing dedicated pick-up areas to facilitate food deliveries during the movement control order (MCO) following the Covid-19 outbreak.
JAYA Grocer is joining the chorus of supermarket operators in assuring the public that panic buying is unnecessary as suppliers are not facing any shortage.