JAKARTA: The Indonesian government will impose the moderate level 3 public mobility restrictions, locally known as PPKM, nationwide from December 24 to January 2 in order to contain a third wave of coronavirus infections expected in year-end holidays, Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture Muhadjir Effendy said.

"During the Christmas and New Year holidays, the regulations will apply throughout Indonesia according to PPKM level 3," Effendy said in a press release.

PPKM level 3 means that public places such as cinemas, restaurants, shopping centers and houses of worship are only allowed to receive visitors at up to 50 percent capacity and to operate until 9 p.m.

Food business is among the fastest growing ventures in many parts of the world, particularly in South East Asia, since the waning of the Covid infections nearly two months ago.

In the former US Air Force Base in Pampanga, Philippines, a Vietnamese investment, Banh Mi Kitchen (BMKN), is now serving people on the go.

With over 40 branches in the country, BMKN's strategic location inside the Clark Freeport Zone can't go unnoticed.

The new food spot offers healthy options from their breads down to their drinks guaranteed to satisfy your taste buds.

The traditional Banh Mi in Vietnamese cuisine is a sandwich consisting of a baguette filled with a variety of fresh and healthy ingredients. BMKN currently has six delicious flavors to choose from.

Food lovers don't need to worry about counting their calories because according to their Calorie counter, Banh Mi sandwiches have less than 800 kilocalories.