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After Seeing Overcrowded PPV Centre, Man Installs SOP Social Distancing Markers On His Own

After Seeing Overcrowded PPV Centre, Man Installs SOP Social Distancing Markers On His Own

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After the overcrowding incident over at Rumah Prihatin Grand Seasons Hotel vaccination centre (PPV) in Kuala Lumpur, the folks over at MathsClinicPlus or MCplus took matters into their own hands.

Based on an Instagram post by the online tuition portal, several Malaysians went to the centre at night to install physical distancing markers to make it easier to queue according to Covid-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

A video that went viral recently showed long, congested queues made up of locals and foreigners trying to get vaccines at the Rumah Prihatin@Grand Seasons in Jalan Pahang, Kuala Lumpur.

READ MORE: [Watch] Another Viral SOP Violation As People Queue Close Enough To Hug Each Other

PPV centre says it’s a misunderstanding

The presence of crowds at Rumah Prihatin@Grand Seasons in Jalan Pahang was due to a misunderstanding and news that the Vaccine Center (PPV) was providing a walk-in service for non-citizens, according to the management of Rumah Prihatin@Grand Seasons.

They were quoted by Harian Metro saying that foreigners can only get their vaccination at Bukit Jalil.

Ismail Sabri wants action taken

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob urged authorities to prevent overcrowding at vaccination centres (PPV) after the incident went viral.

Ismail Sabri was quoted by NST saying that he was shocked looking at situation over at Rumah Prihatin Grand Seasons Hotel PPV and Bukit Jalil PPV with the poor SOP compliance.

He added that he will speak with the respective ministries and law enforcement to address the issue immediately.

It’s also reported that Dang Wangi police were deployed at the PPV centre to control the situation.


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