It is a state of the street food street "Jalan Arrow" in Kuala Lumpur city.
Although it was gradually regaining its bustle with domestic travelers, the number of passengers has decreased again due to the activity restriction order from October 14th.
It is a state of the famous Lou Wong restaurant in the gourmet town of Ipoh.
The famous stir-fried bean sprouts and chicken are famous, and it was very busy because it was daytime.
We are taking proper measures against corona and are also active in accepting tourists.
It is a state inside the monorail running in the central area of Bukit Bintang.
Currently, the schedule, boarding rate, operating hours, etc. have all returned to normal.
Passengers are required to wear masks, and QR code reading and temperature measurement are also required when entering the station.
Buffet-style meals were banned at each hotel and restaurant due to the influence of Corona, but the number of places where the ban is gradually lifted is increasing.
There are restrictions that customers must wear gloves or the restaurant staff must provide them, but the situation is gradually returning to the pre-Corona situation.
The other day, China went to the hot pot restaurant “Hai Di Lao” that originated in Sichuan.
It is a restaurant that is extremely popular with Chinese people in Southeast Asia and was completed last year in the Pavilion, the center of KL.
When it was just completed, it was very difficult to enter the store due to long queues every day, but nowadays it has become much easier to enter.
[Excessive service] The outstanding service that can be taken with it and the taste of the food did not change, and the corona measures were perfect and I was very satisfied.
Latest information as of August 30th.
Total number of infected persons 9,334 persons Recovered persons 9,048 persons Dead number 126 persons New infected persons are 10 persons every day.
There is information that about 80% of new infections are returned from abroad.
As of August 19, the number of new infections was 16, the total number of infections was 9,235, the number of recovery was 8,925, and the death toll was 125.
Of the 16 new cases, 12 were domestic cases, and the government reminded us to avoid 3 cases.
As of August 12, there were 11 new infections, 9,114 total infections, 8,817 healers, and 125 deaths.
Previously, the number of new infections was in the double-digit range, but most of them were foreign returnees, and some were returnees from Japan and Japanese visitors to Malaysia.
Recently, we can see such automatic thermometers everywhere in shopping malls and hotels.
At first glance, it looks like an image from a surveillance camera, but it's actually a thermometer, and it's a very convenient device that displays the temperature of the person in the camera on the screen.
As of August 5, there were 21 new infections, a total of 9,023 infections, 8,702 heals, and 125 deaths.
Beginning August 1, masks will be required in public places and offenders will be fined up to RM1,000 (approximately US$240).
As of July 11, there were 8,704 infected persons and 8,515 recovered persons.
The number of new infections is in the double-digit range depending on the day, but there are many days with less than 10 people, and it is gradually converging.
As of the end of last weekend, the total number of infected persons was 8,658 and the number of recovered persons was 8,461.
The number of new infected people is 10 people every day, and there are signs of convergence, but we are still unable to get overwhelmed.