MCO: So you want lemang and rendang from Ramadan bazaars? Find out how sellers are preparing for online delivery

Amid concerns over Covid-19, Ramadan bazaar sellers are taking their business online. — SHAARI CHEMAT/The Star

When graphic designer Amirul Rafiq heard the announcement that there will be no Ramadan bazaar in Negeri Sembilan this year as part of a measure to reduce the spread of Covid-19, he immediately started a Facebook group.

The Seremban Online Bazaar Ramadhan 2020 group, which was set up on March 27, aims to help sellers prepare themselves to cater to customers during fasting month (which starts on April 27) through delivery. Amirul said Ramadan bazaar sellers can promote their business through the group and then contact him to arrange for runners for delivery.

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