KUALA LUMPUR: Cheras police have issued 95 compound notices to those who violated the conditional movement control order (MCO).
Cheras OCPD Asst Comm Mohamed Mokhsein Mohamed Zon (pic) said the compounds were issued from Oct 14 to Oct 23.
"Among the offences were not registering manually or via the MySejahtera application when entering premises and not wearing face masks in crowded areas.
"We also detected more than two people who sat a table," he told reporters when met while making his rounds in the district on Saturday (Oct 24).
A group of four people in a car were also among those issued with compounds for breaching the conditional MCO rule of two persons in a vehicle, he added.
"Their reasons were to go and visit a friend. We cannot tolerate such reasons," ACP Mokhsein said.
A total of 17 SOP compliance teams are deployed daily in Cheras from 6am to 10pm, he added.
"We also have currently three mobile roadblocks set up in Cheras, Salak Selatan and Bukit Jalil.
"However the locations might be changed depending on the needs," he said.
ACP Mokhsein said any roadblock set up was not aimed at inconveniencing road users.
"We just want to ensure that SOPs are adhered to.
"We hope the public can comply with the rules and regulations so that we can break the chain of Covid-19 infections," he added.
ACP Mokhsein, who went around Bandar Tasik Permaisuri to check on the compliance to SOPs, said most people complied.
"The violators were more apparent during the start of conditional MCO. Only a small group of people failed to adhere to the SOPs," he said.
A group of three people at a table were issued with compounds during his rounds, he added.
"We also encountered a family of three where the father sat at a different table in complying with the SOPs.
"We are grateful to the public for their cooperation in such trying times," he said.
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