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Unvaccinated People Trying To Travel Interstate WILL Be Fined, No More Warnings, Says Police

Unvaccinated People Trying To Travel Interstate WILL Be Fined, No More Warnings, Says Police

They’ll monitor public areas such as R&Rs and shopping malls.

Hakim Hassan

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Police will issue compounds to individuals who are not fully vaccinated and are trying to travel interstate, according to Bukit Aman Department of Internal Security and Public Order (KDNKA) director Datuk Hazani Ghazali.

He mentioned that stern action would be taken to offenders and the police will start monitoring at public places such as R&R areas.

Hazani also added that the police would monitor and inspect on Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) compliance, besides ensuring that the unvaccinated can’t try to take advantage of the government allowing Malaysians to cross state borders.

No more warnings

Hazani mentioned that no more warnings will be given out and this time around the police will beef up inspections and monitoring to ensure SOP compliance.

Surprise inspections will be done from time to time to ensure that individuals without vaccines do not take the opportunity to return to their kampung. The government has already announced that those who want to cross the state need to be fully vaccinated, so they need to comply with that. The SOP compliance aspect has been reminded since last year. There are times when we have to insist. This time, we continue to compound those who cross the state without complete vaccination without being warned first.

Bukit Aman Department of Internal Security and Public Order (KDNKA) director Datuk Hazani Ghazali

He mentioned that stern action would be taken to offenders and the police will start monitoring public places such as R&R areas and shopping malls.

Random inspections will be carried out by the authorities to ensure compliance with the SOPs in accordance with existing laws. We are aware that there are no more roadblocks to control cross-state movement, but roadblocks and other operations such as Op Benteng are still being implemented to tackle criminal activities and SOP violations.

Bukit Aman Department of Internal Security and Public Order (KDNKA) director Datuk Hazani Ghazali

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