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Don’t Play Play With SOP Or We’ll Shutdown Places Again, Says Police

Don’t Play Play With SOP Or We’ll Shutdown Places Again, Says Police

Police will be monitoring people’s SOP compliance on the beaches, on the landing grounds, in the fields and in the streets, in the hills, and probably in restaurants and stuff?

Akmal Hakim

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Over the weekend Malaysians, particularly those in the Klang Valley, enjoyed a small taste of freedom when lockdown restrictions were relaxed as areas transitions into the next phase of the National Covid-19 Recovery Plan (NPR).

Needless to say, things may have gotten a little out of hand when some places saw crowds of people barely following physical distancing guidelines and another new normal practice.

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(Credit: CeddyOrNot/Nazzzlicious/Thiban_ben via Twitter)

Well, this nightmare situation had prompted authorities to issue a warning for the public to straighten up their act or face the boring consequences.

Bukit Aman Internal Security and Public Order Department (KDNKA) Deputy Director Datuk Mastor Mohd Ariff explained that authorities will not hesitate to advise for the immediate shutdown of recreational areas if the place gets too crowded and out of control.

The police are aware of the public’s enthusiasm for recreation at rivers, parks and beaches, especially the residents of Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya. Thus we monitor and advise people to follow SOP and physical distancing.

KDNKA Deputy Director Datuk Mastor Mohd Ariff via Berita Harian

The public is advised to be disciplined in abiding by health guidelines and remember that the authorities would be monitoring to ensure everyone follows SOP, or else…


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