PUTRAJAYA: The public can lodge reports with authorities over traders and business that do not practice standard operating procedures at their premises, says Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
“Although we are in the recovery movement control order (MCO) phase, the SOPs are still in place. If premises do not comply, action will be taken against them.
“The public can play their role by alerting authorities, including those who are doing taskforce duties, to check on SOP compliance so that immediate action can be taken to rectify the situation, ” he said on Thursday (June 11).
He was commenting on public complaints against traders and business premises that do not comply with SOPs, including not recording customer information, not checking temperatures and not exercising crowd control.
He pointed out that authorities would continue taking action against errant individuals or establishments during the recovery MCO.
On June 10, police remanded five individuals and compounded 25 for not complying with SOPs.