Businesses request the Malaysian govt to open stores for vaccinated customers


Retailers and restaurant owners want the Malaysian government to open their doors to clients who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 now that the enhanced mobility control order has been lifted in many parts of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.
Many firms, they said, have reached the end of their rope and are in desperate need of help. Many retailers have lost hope, according to Shirley Tay, president of the Malaysia Retail Chain Association.
Ringo Kaw, vice-president of the Pan Malaysia Koo Soo Restaurants and Chefs Association, has proposed that dine-in be allowed, but only for those vaccinated.
C. Krishnan, vice-president of the Malaysian Indian Restaurant Owners Association, agreed that speeding vaccinations are the only way out because many establishments had closed.
According to Wong Teu Hoon, president of the Malaysia-Singapore Coffeeshop Proprietors Association, there should be no haste to enable dine-in as long as daily infections remain high in the Klang Valley. While allowing fully vaccinated people to dine in is a wonderful idea, he claims that restaurants cannot profit by allowing only a few people to sit.


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