Should Malaysians inform online delivery services if they are under Covid-19 quarantine at home?

More Malaysians are getting their grocery items like fish and chicken online amid concerns over the spread of Covid-19. — Google/AP/Handout

As Malaysia sees an increase in daily confirmed cases of Covid-19, online food and grocery delivery services are also seeing an uptick in customer demand.

Shah Alam-based MyMarket business owner Sarah Salim said she noticed more new customers signing up to her company's online grocery delivery service.

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