Condo management in Selayang issued warning after cleaners failed to scan in


A CONDOMINIUM'S joint management body (JMB) in Selayang was given a stern warning and told to adhere to Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOP) by the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS).

Cleaners for the condo did not scan their MySejahtera application when they entered the building to carry out cleaning.

A MPS spokesperson said the officers checked if condo staff had International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) letters, physical distancing was practised inside lifts, all common facilities inside the condo were closed and no events or gatherings took place at the condo during the lockdown period.

"We did not issue a fine this time and wanted the condominium to know that their cleaners must scan the MySejahtera application when they enter the building.

"Offences for not scanning the application would amount in a RM1,500 fine for each person.

"The inspection was carried out by the officers of Housing and Local Government and the MPS officers on Monday (June 21)," said the spokesperson.

He added that five condominiums were inspected during the operation on Tuesday (June 22).

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