Longer lines at soup kitchens as more people lose jobs

Hailey Chung Wee Kye

Muzi Canteen, a not-for-profit restaurant in Kepong, Kuala Lumpur, serves lunch for up to 800 people daily. Many of their visitors are the homeless who lost their daily wage jobs. – Pic courtesy of Muzi Canteen, June 1, 2021.

MORE people are in need of free meals distributed by volunteer groups in the Klang Valley.

These groups told The Malaysian Insight the demand for meals were not only from the homeless but also from the working class who were feeling the strain of feeding themselves and their families.

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