The Johor state government has officially decided against allowing Ramadan bazaars to operate in Johor this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
State Health and Environment Committee chairman R. Vidyananthan said the decision is in line with the federal government’s proposal to disallow the organisation of Ramadan bazaars.
“The decision is part of a move to prevent the possibility of the spread of COVID-19 through close contact, which poses a higher risk to the people,” said Vidyananthan.
However, he said traders are encouraged to conduct their businesses through online platforms.
This is a very hard time for all celebrating the Raya festive season, but do understand that all f this is implemented due to the rapid spread of the virus and to protect the citizens the government has to take precautions
Remember folks, #stayathome!
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