No more two-hour shopping limit, says ministry enforcement chief


IPOH: The two-hour shopping limit at retail outlets has been deferred, says the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry enforcement director Azman Adam.

He said the decision on this was made on May 28.

“When the lockdown was announced, we did not want people rushing to such outlets with the two-hour limit.

“However, we still advise people to get required items, leave the premises fast and stay at home more,” he told reporters after checking on SOP compliance at Tesco Lotus Bercham here on Sunday (June 6).

In May, minister Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi had said that shoppers would only be allowed to remain on the premises for a maximum of two hours under tightened SOP.

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