Police detained 186 individuals for not complying with the MCO

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Royal Malaysia Police (RMP) had detained 186 individuals for not complying with the Movement Control Order (MCO) and from that 41 had been remanded, three bailed and 142 were compounded.

The implementation of this enforcement was on the 136th day of MCO and the 50th day of the Recovery MCO.

Security and Senior Minister, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said, amongst the offences committed were activities in the unlicensed massage parlour (2); not adhering to the standard operation standard (59); activities where social distancing was difficult to be adhered ; (124) not adhering to the Home Surveillance Order (1).

Meanwhile, on July 30, the Police had conducted 59 roadblocks in the Benteng Operations nationwide and checked on 41,748 vehicles to curb the admission of illegal foreign Immigrants into the country especially via the “rat path”.

“We urge the people to report any admission activities or infringement of illegal foreign immigrants to the National Task Force hotline at 011-6251-1223,” said Ismail in a media statement here today.

The statement added, since July 24, 22,800 individuals had returned from abroad via air at the international borders and all had been placed in 11 hotels and 5 Public Training Institutes (ILA) located in Kuala Lumpur, Negeri Sembilan, Penang, Kelantan, Sarawak, Selangor and Johor.

From the total number of Malaysians returned, 11 individuals had been sent to the hospitals for treatment. They had returned from 23 countries including Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Singapore, Vietnam, Brunei, Qatar, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, India, UAE, Japan, Turkey, South Korea, Iran, Bangladesh, Taiwan, China, United Kingdom, Holland and Australia.

“On July 30, the Police had checked on 1,942 individuals who were undergoing home quarantine for 14 days at their residences. The Police with the Ministry of Health (MOH) will check and monitor to ensure the people involved are complying with the standard operating standard (SOP) set by the government, said Ismail in the statement. –Malaysia World News


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