Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced on Monday, 16 March that the nationwide restricted movement order in Malaysia from 18 March till 31 March 2020 to contact the coronavirus pandemic. According to Muhyiddin, this is not a military lockdown, but a nationwide measure under the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 and Police Act 1967.
There will be no curfew imposed, but the public is highly discouraged from leaving home unless absolutely necessary. Essential services like supermarkets, pharmacies, and banks will remain open during this period of time.
If you’re in need of daily essentials like rice, toilet paper or food, here’s a list of grocery shopping stores/ in Kota Kinabalu that can deliver your purchases right to your doorstep.
1. foodpanda, grabfood, morefun and hungry
Most of the coffee shops around Kota Kinabalu open for takeaway during the partial lockdown. for more information, check out the list at Food Delivery services in Kota Kinabalu
2. Cafe on Fifty 5, Tong Hing Supermarket
Café on Fifty5 offers delivery and pick-up services from (18th March 2020) onwards. Contact +6 016 880 9863 or +6 014 351 1517 for more detail
2. Alu Alu Kitchen
Home Delivery services available at Alu Alu Kitchen. Contact 088 230842 or 019 8962028
3. Gam Tong
Gam Tong offers takeaway and free delivery service for orders RM150 and above.
4. Suka Cookies
Suka Cookies offering free delivery services from 18 to 31 March 2020. Order online at www.sukacookies.co
Sunnydays offers delivery services for cakes and fresh bakes for Kota Kinabalu and surrounding areas. Whatsapp 0128196799 or Order online at www.sunnydays.store
If you run out of wine, Winecellars offers free delivery services around Kota Kinabalu area. Contact 016 8329842 (Bridget)
7. Borenos Fried Chicken
Sabah 1st e-fresh mart. delivering fresh vegetables and fresh herbs to your home. Visit www.dreamfarm.com.my to order
9. Nishiki Japanese Restaurant
10. Chopping Block
RM5 delivery fees to Kolombong, Luyang, Likas and Inanam,
RM5 delivery fee to Penampang, Kepayan, Kota Kinabalu, Putatan and Bundusan
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