Roadblocks among areas being disinfected in Sepang

  • Metro News
  • Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020

Items at roadblocks in Sepang being sanitised, including signage, safety cones, tables and chairs.

LOCAL authorities are continuing with daily disinfection and sanitisation of public areas.

They include markets, roadblocks, police stations and community halls.

Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) president Mohd Fauzi Mohd Yatim said work starts as early as 7am and ends 1pm.

“The markets in Dengkil, Salak, Sepang and Sungai Pelek are disinfected and sanitised on rotational basis.

“The areas cleaned include door and refrigerator handles, tables and chairs, walls, floors, goods boxes, rubbish bins, drawers and chicken processing area as well as entrance and exit points.

“During operational hours, enforcement personnel will check the temperature of all traders, workers and visitors to the market. On Sunday, we checked 2,796 people in total.

“Disinfection and sanitisation are also done at all 14 roadblocks under MPSepang’s jurisdiction, to clean surfaces such as signage, chairs and tables, tent poles, rubbish bin handles, mobile toilet door, and police safety cones.

“Police stations are also periodically disinfected and sanitised on rotation.

On April 18, IPD Sepang was cleaned.

Among the areas disinfected and sanitised are the lock-up areas including the cells and various rooms.

“Surfaces of doors, window handles, toilet seats, lock-up walls, lock-up floors and bidet were cleaned,” he said.

Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) has identified 86 areas to be repeatedly disinfected and sanitised according to a schedule.

MPKj public relations officer Kamarul Izlan Sulaiman said the areas include Menara MPKj, multipurpose community halls, public markets, food courts and public toilets.

“Although traders and business premises owners are adhering to the movement control order, our enforcement officers have to continuously remind visitors to practise social distancing especially in markets and supermarkets.

“MPKj will also take legal action against factory operators who are still running their business despite being categorised as non-essential or have no approval from the International Trade and Industry Ministry,” he said.

Putrajaya Corporation (PjC) president Datuk Dr Aminuddin Hassim said disinfection activities would continue at 253 properties including 152 apartment quarters and 55 buildings under PjC.

“We are in the midst of sanitising all commercial areas. We have completed the job in Precinct 8,11 and 15, among others.

“We have also sanitised Hospital Putrajaya, Putrajaya Sentral, Dataran Putrajaya, petrol stations, playgrounds, and will continue cleaning more areas in the coming days,” he said.

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