Minister Hishammuddin Hussein says a proposal will be raised at the Special Committee on Tackling Covid-19 tomorrow.
Some say safety comes first while others have no choice but to reopen for dine-ins in order to survive.
Some cannot afford to give as much as others, but every little bit helps.
Primas also calls for other measures to help operators stay afloat including an automatic loan moratorium and rental relief assistance.
The increase in cost of raw ingredients coupled with other expenses make it impossible for them to shave down prices any further.
Workers at restaurants that open until the wee hours of the morning acknowledge crowds of customers who do not always adhere to Covid-19 SOPs.
Israel launched its green pass programme last month, allowing controlled numbers of people with proof of full vaccination or who have recovered from Covid-19 to enter gyms, pools and other facilities.
Burger King Malaysia plans to grow its restaurant base by 20% by the end of the year.
With dine-in customers limited to just two per table, restaurateurs are forced to come up with creative ways to continue delivering a crucial part of Chinese New Year celebrations.