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SOME 64 food traders who were previously operating by the roadside in Pekan Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur can now do business in comfort with the completion of a new food court.
MANY illegal roadside food stalls have popped up in recent months in PJU 10 in Damansara Damai, Selangor, and locals are conflicted about their presence.
Presence of unlicensed hawkers in Damansara Damai gets mixed reaction from public.
KUANTAN: Children aged 12 and below as well as senior citizens above 60 years old are now allowed to dine-in at premises in Pahang, including at highway rest stop facilities.
KUANTAN: Children aged 12 and below and senior citizens above 60 are now allowed to dine in at eateries in Pahang, including at highway rest stop facilities.
KUANTAN: All non-prohibited businesses are now allowed to operate in Pahang, including roadside food stalls and hawkers of various types – except in localities where there are new Covid-19 positive cases.
KUANTAN: Pahang state secretary’s office has clarified that not every worker has to undergo the Covid-19 test.
Local councils conduct checks to ensure hawkers, non-essential services obey movement control order.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has activated an operation centre to coordinate enforcement in response to the movement control order (MCO) put in place to curb the Covid-19 outbreak.