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Eatery owners in Kelantan have opted to disallow dine-ins because they are not willing to take the risk of spreading Covid-19 in their premises.
A Bernama check today found some eateries including restaurants and cafes still did not allow fully vaccinated customers to dine in although they are allowed to do so from today.
Lieniey Nasi Kerabu Tumis owner Zaini Ahmad, 51, said he did not allow dine-ins at his eatery because the daily Covid-19 cases in the state were still high and unsettling.
“Although permission has been given to eat at restaurants, I opt to put it off first because I feel the current situation is still not suitable yet for the relaxation.
“My workers have not received the Covid-19 vaccine injections. This makes me reluctant to take the risk as this might spread the virus at my premises,” he told Bernama in Kota Bharu, today.
Meanwhile, Kafe Drum & Desk manager Chew Li Mun, 30, said the cafe planned to allow dining-in from next month.
She said while business was down by over 50 percent when dine-ins were not allowed but safety was a top priority.
“It is okay to suffer a bit of loss because safety and good health must be prioritised. Currently, sale depends a lot on walk-ins as well as orders via food delivery applications.
“I plan to allow dine-in from September after my 12 workers complete their two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine,” she said.
Checks found that some café owners in Kota Bharu have placed the "DineInCanWait" hashtag on their Instagram posts to inform their followers of the postponement.
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.