Covid-19 quarantine: Woman, 72, with pink tag spotted eating out fined RM8,000, jailed one day


IPOH: The woman who was pictured having a meal while wearing a pink Covid-19 home quarantine tag on her wrist at an eatery in Meru Raya here has been jailed one day and fined RM8,000 after she pleaded guilty to defying a quarantine order.

Magistrate Nabihah Mohd Noor also ordered the accused, Nur Emah Mohamad Hashim, 72, to serve a six-month jail term in default if she failed to pay the fine.

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