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Some eatery operators in Penang say they are not ready to allow fully vaccinated customers to dine-in.
Bukit Mertajam mixed-rice shop owner Mohd Fauzi Abdul Halim said he was not ready to resume the dine-in service as he was still worried over the number of positive Covid-19 cases in his area.
According to the 50-year-old, he only allowed his customers to pack their food and take it away because he has not completed his second dose, which is scheduled for next month.
“I really dare not open the shop for dining because there are cases here. But for me, it is better to just pack the food because it's safer, and you do not have to wash utensils,” he said when contacted by Bernama today.
On Sunday, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin announced that fully vaccinated individuals in states under Phase 2 of the National Recovery Plan are allowed to dine at food outlets.
Meanwhile, a nasi kandar restaurant worker, who only wanted to be known as Mustaffa, said about 30 workers at the restaurant situated near Penanti in Butterworth have not received their first-dose appointment dates.
He said his employer did not allow customers to eat on the premises because the workers had not completed their vaccination.
“Now we are open for takeaway only. We will wait for instruction from the employer. I am not sure how long. Hopefully, it will be soon,” Mustaffa said.
A Bernama check around George Town found many of the eateries and restaurants located inside a shopping mall on Gurney Drive also did not allow customers to dine-in at their premises on the grounds that their workers have not completed their vaccination.