Ismail Sabri: 142 fined for breaching recovery MCO


KUALA LUMPUR: Compounds were issued to 142 individuals for violating the recovery MCO, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob (pic).

The Senior Minister (Security) said among the offences committed on Monday (Dec 28) were not wearing face masks and failure to maintain physical distancing.

"The compliance operation task force conducted 40,152 inspections nationwide on Monday.

"Among the locations checked were 3,401 supermarkets, 4,567 restaurants and 3,205 banks," he said in a statement on Tuesday (Dec 29).

On Ops Benteng, 16 undocumented migrants were detained while three land vehicles were seized following 110 roadblocks conducted nationwide on Monday, he added.

Meanwhile, Ismail Sabri said 93,728 individuals returned to Malaysia since July 24.

"7,518 people are still undergoing mandatory quarantine at various locations including at 75 hotels.

"540 people were sent to hospitals for treatment while 85,670 have been discharged and allowed to go home," he said.

He also announced that the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry performed 535 checks on 12 types of businesses on Monday and the supply of necessities was sufficient.

"The ministry also conducted 873 checks on standard operating procedures (SOP) compliance.

"All premises adhered to the SOP," he said.

On construction sites, Ismail Sabri said 14,090 checks were conducted on 8,027 sites between April 20 and Dec 28.

On public sanitisation programme, Ismail Sabri said 13,131 operations were conducted at 137 zones since March 30.

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