Ismail Sabri: 194 issued compounds for breaching Covid-19 SOP on Jan 5

KUALA LUMPUR: Compounds were issued to 194 individuals on Tuesday (Jan 5) for violating Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOP), says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

The Senior Minister (Security) said they were compounded for various offences, including not wearing face masks (84 people), not providing items to record customers' details (74) and not maintaining physical distancing (25).

"The compliance operation task force also conducted 40,389 inspections nationwide on Tuesday.

"Among the locations checked were 3,388 supermarkets, 4,227 restaurants and 3,133 banks," he said in a statement on Wednesday (Jan 6).

On Ops Benteng, Ismail Sabri said 49 undocumented immigrants and two tekongs were detained on Tuesday.

"The authorities also seized seven land vehicles.

"A total of 111 roadblocks were conducted nationwide on Tuesday," he said.

Meanwhile, 99,280 individuals have returned to Malaysia since July 24, he said.

"A total of 7,996 are still undergoing mandatory quarantine, while 540 people have been sent to hospitals for treatment.

"90,744 individuals have been discharged and allowed to go home so far," he added.

On public sanitisation operations, Ismail Sabri said 13,373 operations were conducted involving 139 zones since March 30.

He also said that the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) conducted 14,172 inspections involving 8,046 construction sites nationwide from April 20 until Tuesday (Jan 5).

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