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780 Individuals Have Been Detained For Violating Covid-19 SOPs During MCO 3.0


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On 12 June, The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) detained 780 individuals for violating standard operating procedures (SOP) during this Movement Control Order (MCO) 3.0.

Among the 780 individuals, 748 individuals were compounded while the other 32 were remanded.

According to Berita Harian, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said individuals not practising social distancing and not wearing face masks recorded the highest number of offences, with was 152 cases and 137 cases respectively.

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“Other offences that were recorded include failing to record entry and check-in details of premises (135 cases), carrying excessive passengers (54 cases), non-compliance with movement control instructions (70 cases) and other offences (232 cases),” Ismail Sabri added.

“All of them were charged as a result of the SOP compliance operation by PDRM which conducted 94,095 inspections nationwide, on 12 June,” he said in a statement, today.

Ismail Sabri commented further saying that the authorities detained five illegal immigrants (PATI) through Operation Benteng (Op Benteng), on 12 June,  and confiscated a land vehicle.

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“A total of 196 boats and ships were also detected in the country’s waters through 10 sightseeing activities and 12 illegal immigrants were deported through three deportation activities.

A total of 984 roadblocks were held through Op Benteng by PDRM, Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM), Malaysian Border Control Agency (AKSEM) assisted by the Malaysian Volunteer Department (RELA), yesterday,” he said.

In regards to the public sanitation operations, Ismail Sabri said a total of 110 sanitation operations were carried out covering 52 red zones, two in the orange zones and six in the yellow zones nationwide.

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