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“Today, There’s No SOP” Jokes Local Designer As Fashion Show Apparently Missing Face Masks & Physical Distancing

“Today, There’s No SOP” Jokes Local Designer As Fashion Show Apparently Missing Face Masks & Physical Distancing

The supposed founder of the company even joked that they don’t have to follow SOPs.

Hakim Hassan

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A fashion show recently ruffled the feathers of Malaysians online for allegedly breaking Covid-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

One user on Twitter questioned the setting of the show where people can be seen sitting next to each other and not wearing masks as deemed mandatory by the National Security Council (MKN).

Meanwhile, another Twitter account posted a video of the alleged founder of the company who said that they don’t need to follow SOPs for the event.

There are no SOPs for today and if there’s any summons, can claim the compound from Awin.

Hafiz Hamids, Founder of Leeyanarahman

Malaysians flipped at the reckless behaviour

Credit: Instagram

Malaysians, who had to endure around a year’s worth of Movement Control Order (MCO) and the increase in fines from RM1,000 to RM10,000, were unhappy that the show didn’t follow guidelines.

Many users urged the police to investigate on the incident for breaching the SOP.

Others were also calling for the brand to be boycotted.

Credit: Instagram

What does the SOPs say?

Based on the SOPs by MKN, for social events, there are a few guidelines that organizers and guests are required to follow such as wearing face masks during the event and the presence of guests shall be subject to the size of the space area and the social distancing.

Under the Emergency (Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases) (Amendment) Ordinance 2021, breaching the SOP carries a penalty of RM10,000.

Credit: MKN

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