MBSJ HQ closed for disinfection after suspected positive virus case


THE Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ) headquarters in USJ5, Subang Jaya, is temporarily closed on Tuesday (Oct 27) for a disinfection exercise.

The disinfection is a precautionary measure after a staff member was suspected of being infected with the Covid-19 virus.

Subang Jaya mayor Noraini Roslan (pic) said the public should conduct their council-related transactions online via www.mbsj.gov.my

These include renewing and paying trading licences, business permits and dog licences, checking and paying assessment taxes and traffic compounds, as well as lodging complaints, she said in a notice.

MBSJ’s headquarters will reopen on Wednesday (Oct 28).

For enquiries, call 03-8024 7700.

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