Putrajaya Bans Ramadan Bazaar Drive-Throughs During MCO

People are also not allowed to pick up goods ordered online.

KUALA LUMPUR, April 16 — The government has decided to prohibit drive-throughs at Ramadan bazaars during the nationwide partial lockdown.

Senior Defence Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said people would also not be allowed to pick up goods ordered online.

“About e-hailing, whatever form of bazaars, if for example there are 50 bazaars in a group, and e-hailing comes to pick up from the bazaars after orders are made, this is not allowed because, as I’ve said, bazaars are prohibited. Such stalls are not allowed.

“But usual e-hailing business, where they currently deliver to homes, may be continued like usual,” Ismail Sabri told a press conference today.

He also said interstate travel remained banned during the Movement Control Order (MCO) that is scheduled to end on April 28, when asked about people who wished to return to their hometowns during Ramadan.

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