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Miri food operators, handlers required to get vaccination letter

KUCHING: Miri City Council (MCC) is requiring all food operators and handlers to obtain a letter from MCC confirming their Covid-19 vaccinations before they can resume normal operations. This compulsory requirement was announced by the Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC)...

No business, no money

MUKAH: An iced drink seller here hopes that the Covid-19 pandemic will end soon so that he and other stall holders can resume their businesses.   Fabian Laberi, in his forties, was among the many small-scale entrepreneurs who used to...

Only those who test negative can resume business

MIRI: Only stall operators with negative Covid-19 test results may resume their businesses at the Miri Central Market when the market reopens on May 31, said the Miri City Council (MCC). “For those who tested positive, they have to undergo...

Ministry’s initiatives to resume after lifting of CMCO

KUALA LUMPUR: The decision to lift the conditional movement control order (CMCO) in most states and districts nationwide will allow the business sector to reopen and stimulate domestic economic activities. Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister (KPDNHEP) Datuk Seri Alexander...

Family entertainment centres allow to operate with SOPs

PUTRAJAYA: Family entertainment outlets including game arcades and karaoke centres are allowed to reopen for business starting from July 15. Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the decision was made after taking into account of the...

Hawkers reminded to uphold SOPs

KUCHING: Hawkers and the general public are urged to heed the standard operating procedures (SOPs) issued by the authorities. Bandar Kuching MP Dr Kelvin Yii said while Sarawak has been declared a green zone after no reports of any local...

Hard times for hawkers, traders

MIRI: After the movement control order (MCO) following the Covid-19 pandemic, many hawkers or small-time traders are struggling to survive. For the past three months, since March 18, Malaysia had been under partial lockdown to contain the spread of Covid-19. During...

Blind masseur glad to be working again

SIBU: After almost four months of closure, blind masseur, Yap Chong Yap, 55, is glad he can now operate his massage centre. On Monday (July 6), Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) chairman Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas announced that spas,...

Metrocity night market is back

BY NUR ASHIKIN LOUIS, MOHD ALIF NONI & RAMIDI SUBARI KUCHING: In the last couple of months, Metrocity's usually packed night market was left deserted amid the Covid-19 pandemic. On July 1, the Metroctiy N6 Youth Night Market was officially...

Beverage seller relieved to finally resume business

MUKAH: A takeaway beverage seller has described the movement control order (MCO) due to the Covid-19 pandemic as “taking away his life”. Fabian Laberi, in his 40s, has been operating his modest business for about two years when suddenly he,...
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Miri food operators, handlers required to get vaccination letter

KUCHING: Miri City Council (MCC) is requiring all food operators and handlers to obtain a letter from MCC confirming...
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