Coronavirus, MCO killing wedding industry

Diyana Ibrahim

Mohammad Nor Azwan Ishak, 27, and bride Nuramiraalia Noorbashah, 25, wearing masks as a preventive measure against Covid-19 during their nikah in Lanchang in March, a couple of days after Malaysia imposed the MCO. – AFP pic, May 25, 2020.

WEDDING professionals want Putrajaya to allow weddings on a smaller scale to help revive the industry hit badly by the Covid-19 pandemic.

They said the ban on weddings following the movement-control order (MCO) from March 18 has caused the wedding industry to suffer huge losses.

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  • Time to stop complaining and start looking for new businesses to do, or to do old businesses the new way. Thats the reality. Many businesses need to change or perish, including the tourism business. It will take some time to get back to the old norm, maybe never. Time to adjust to the new situation and environment

    Posted 1 year ago by Mike Mok

    • Easy for you to say time to look for new opportunities!
      Virtual wedding, virtual banquet?
      Time for you to send e-angpow when you are invited to attend virtual wedding banquet.

      Posted 1 year ago by Chee yee ng

  • Dumb hyped up Stupidity thst is killing. Nit Coronavirus..

    Posted 1 year ago by Thomas Samuel