Joint op by JPJ, cops sees nine getting compounds for violating Covid-19 SOPs

PETALING JAYA: A joint operation between the Road Transport Department (JPJ) and the police saw nine compounds issued to those not complying with Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs) at JPJ's Kuala Lumpur office.

The JPJ said Saturday (Dec 12) that an operation to monitor the SOPs was conducted at their Kuala Lumpur office on Dec 11.

"The objective was to identify members of the public who did not follow SOPs that had been listed by the National Security Council, such as not scanning the prepared MySejahtera QR code.

"Besides checking for compliance, the police also assisted in monitoring any cheating attempts by middlemen within the premises," the statement said.

The statement also said that Kuala Lumpur JPJ director Mohd Zaki Ismail advised all to always wear masks and to observe physical distancing.

"Compliance operations will be conducted from time to time," the statement said.

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