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Administrative Control Measure At Jalan Pudu Has Finally Been Lifted

Administrative Control Measure At Jalan Pudu Has Finally Been Lifted

Tasneem Nazari

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After being put under administrative control on 15 May in an effort to contain the transmission of Covid-19 in the area, the areas around Jalan Pudu has finally been reopened last night (29 May 2020).

Speaking to Bernama yesterday, Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim, said that the police will be removing the barbed wire fencing installed along the roads.

Yes, the administrative control measures at Jalan Pudu will be over tonight as agreed in the Kuala Lumpur Crisis Management Centre meeting today, on the advice of the Health Ministry (MoH).

Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim via Bernama

He said that although the administrative control has been lifted, police and MoH officials will continue to monitor the area for new Covid-19 cases.

Jalan Pudu was put under administrative control on 15 May 2020. (Credit: The Edge Markets)

Prior to the control being lifted, Bernama visited the area yesterday to see how the residents were coping and found the area around Jalan Pudu to be peaceful and calm. Residents there were also seen wearing face masks and maintaining social distance.

It also appeared to be quite obvious that the control was going to end soon as the tents set up by authorities was seen being dismantled and removed.

After a sudden spike of Covid-19 cases in the locale, areas around Jalan Pudu was put under administrative control under the movement control order (MCO). Unlike the enhanced MCO (EMCO), residents of Jalan Pudu were still allowed to move around and get food. 

However, all the residents there were required to get themselves screened by the Health Ministry so that infected individuals could be isolated and treated.


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