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MCO In KL: Dine-In Is Not Allowed, According To Federal Territory Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa

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  • According to Federal Territory Minister Tan Sri Annuya Musa, dine-in is not allowed in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Restaurants, food kiosk, road side stalls, hawker centres and other eateries are allowed to open from 6am to 12am for takeaways and deliveries only.
  • MCO will be effective in Kuala Lumpur starting May 7th, 2021 until May 20th, 2021.
  • Source: China Press

Tan Sri Annuar Musa: Dine-In Is Not Allowed During MCO

Photo: Malay Mail

As reported on China Press, dine-in will not be allowed in Kuala Lumpur. This statement comes from the Federal Territory Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa after his press conference at 2pm earlier today. He also mentioned that data from the Ministry of Health showed that eating-in was the source of many cases.

Photo: The Star

It is also reported that restaurants, food kiosks, hawker centres and other eateries are only allowed to operate from 6am to 12am during this Ramadan. In addition, they may only open for takeaways and deliveries only.

Source: China Press

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