Over 5,000 eateries checked for SOP compliance

Health Department officers issuing a compound to a customer for not following standard operating procedures at an eatery. – Bernama

THE Terengganu Health Department has conducted inspections at 5,478 eateries statewide to monitor compliance with recovery movement control order standard operating procedures.

Its director Dr Nor Azimi Yunus said that during the operation that began on March 13 and ended on April 5, the department issued six compounds amounting to RM26,000 to customers who did not wear face masks while they were at the eateries.

“Five of the six compounds totalling RM4,015 have been paid, ” she told reporters after observing the level of SOP compliance at several restaurants in Kuala Terengganu.

Dr Nor Azimi urged the people of Terengganu to immediately register for the Covid-19 vaccine as the number of people who have registered was still low at around 27% only.

“The public can also register their parents or other dependants as vaccine recipients through the MySejahtera application.

“This is to facilitate registration of those who do not own a smartphone, ” she said.

The public can also sign up at health clinics and counters provided by the state government. – Bernama

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