KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A total of 11 more food courts at rest and service areas (R&R) and lay-bys at PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) highways will reopen for dine-in from Saturday (Sept 18) onwards.
PLUS, in a statement on Saturday, said this followed the National Security Council (NSC) safety directive that allowed 100% operating capacity upon complete vaccination of 80% of its employees.
It said the locations opened today were the Tapah R&R (Southbound and Northbound), Rawang (Northbound), Dengkil (Southbound and Northbound) and Pagoh (Southbound), meanwhile Ulu Bernama R&R (Southbound) will start its operation on Monday (Sept 20), and Seremban R&R (Southbound and Northbound), Nilai Lay-by (Northbound) and Serdang Lay-by (Northbound) will rRead More »
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