Monday, October 18, 2021

dine-in

Don’t bring unvaxxed kids for dine-ins

KUCHING: Avoid taking your children, particularly those who have not been vaccinated, to restaurants for dine-ins. This is the advice of Sarawak Teachers Union (STU) to parents. STU President Adam Prakash Abdullah said, “As the saying goes, ‘prevention is better than...

Limit dine-in customers, food premises told

SIBU: The Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) has ordered all food premises owners to limit the number of their dine-in customers. SMC deputy chairman, Councillor Bujang Zainuddin Abdul Majid, when met on Friday, said, “The implementation of this rule is at...

No ‘merdeka’ from Covid-19 yet

BY NINA MUSLIM KUALA LUMPUR: I had hoped that as we celebrate 64 years of independence, we would also be celebrating our freedom from Covid-19, similar to the United Kingdom’s Freedom Day. That dream will have to be delayed for a...

Gov’t announces social sector relaxations for fully vaccinated in states under Phase 2

KUALA LUMPUR: The government has agreed to ease the restrictions in the social sector for fully vaccinated individuals who reside in states under Phase Two and above of the National Recovery Plan (NRP), effective Tuesday (Aug 10). Prime Minister Tan...

It’s ok as long as customers comply with SOPs

MUKAH:  Eateries here continued to adhere to the standard operating procedures (SOP) when allowing customers to dine-in. The current SOPs among others, require the customers either to scan using the MySejahtera app or write their names in the record books...

Dine-in customers come slowly

KUCHING: Food operators are slowly recovering under phase two of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) that began recently. The owner of 126 Laksa, Tung Pei Sin expressed her delight at the resumption of dine-in service, claiming that her shop had...

Eateries welcome good news on dine-ins

KUCHING: The government’s plan to allow eateries to resume dine-in operations from 6am to 10pm when the state enters Phase 2 of its National Recovery Plan (NRP) has received positive feedback from the public. MSI Juicy Shop owner, Mohamad Sabri...

Dine-in still allowed in Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah state government stands by its decision to allow dine-in in restaurants, eateries and hotel restaurants in the state, said Chief Minister Datuk Hajiji Noor. He said the state government’s directive allowing this effective June 29 following...

Dine-in still too risky

KUCHING: Considering the current Covid-19 situation in Malaysia, particularly Sarawak, it's no surprise that many are in favour of the ban on dine-ins at restaurants and eateries. Despite unable to enjoy their drinks and meals at their favourite eateries like...

Allow dine-in for fully vaccinated diners

KUCHING: Sarawak Patriots Association (SPA) agrees with eatery owners that dine-ins be allowed in their premises after all workers have been fully vaccinated. SPA chairman Datuk John Lau Pang Heng claimed that SPA had recently gathered feedback from several coffee...
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Don’t bring unvaxxed kids for dine-ins

KUCHING: Avoid taking your children, particularly those who have not been vaccinated, to restaurants for dine-ins. This is the advice...
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