This isn’t the first time Econsave’s social media team has been this savage.
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It seems that the supermarket’s social media team weren’t too pleased by two separate TikTok videos showing a couple of dancers prancing around in their store, without face masks on, which had popped up on the microblogging site.
The first 11-second clip captured a rather impressively choreographed dance number performed by a man and a woman at what appears to be an empty frozen food aisle inside the supermarket. The two were not wearing face masks at the time.
Bestnya nak buat juga macam ni..— Maria Mariana (@naimazharrr) January 21, 2021
Tiktok: Dawenkoh pic.twitter.com/x2OUv8GmST
The other 10-second video showed the behind the scenes makings of the amateur dance production with two men, who were wearing masks, sitting behind the camera. The “camera crew” had one person inside a shopping trolley while the other pushed it around as a makeshift camera dolly.
So siapa nak tolong? pic.twitter.com/izh7E4rHuf— Maria Mariana (@naimazharrr) January 21, 2021
While some netizens admired the duo’s fancy footwork, Econsave stepped in to reprimand the TikTokers for not following standard operating procedure (SOP).
These kids, they’re not wearing masks, did you sanitize your hands?… Did you finish school?Econsave via Twitter
*Budak2 ni dah la tak pakai mask, tangan sanitize ke tak, SRP amek tak, kau sekolah tak..* pic.twitter.com/fQAiz0ceRF— Econsave (@econsavemy) January 22, 2021
No mask no entry
Malaysians are required by law to abide by Covid-19 SOP which includes the practice of social distancing, sanitizing one’s hands, checking in at public locations with the MySejahtera mobile application as well as having masks on at all times in public areas.
However, the government does provide leeway to not have face masks on in certain situations like when travelling alone in a personal vehicle, doing recreational activities outdoors or when out in non-crowded places.
Econsave’s Twitter account has been quite the promoter of Covid-19 SOPs and had recently gained a lot of attention after it told another viral TikToker not to visit its stores after they were recorded snacking on ice shavings taken from a supermarket freezer.
Jangan datang Econsave.. https://t.co/crBfLtMAfu— Econsave (@econsavemy) January 11, 2021
The supermarket chain also made public promises to help disadvantage communities during the pandemic.
Typing out trending issues and walking the fine line between deep and dumb.