Police issue timely SOP reminders via graphics on FB

KUALA LUMPUR: The police has released a graphic on its official Facebook page to remind people to always wear face masks properly while in public, especially in crowded areas.

"Don't ever forget to wear your face mask in the right manner when in crowded public areas. Don't share the face masks or throw it away haphazardly," the police said in the post on Saturday.

The police added that face masks should never be worn below the chin and must be kept clean at all times.

In another graphic on the Facebook page, the police reminded the public that apart from roadblocks conducted during the movement control order and the conditional MCO, the police will still conduct their core duty of preventing crimes.

"Beware, you are being monitored. The roadblocks are not limited to monitoring MCO or conditional MCO offences, other offences are being monitored as well," the police said.

In another graphic, the police also posted a guide on the permitted times for taxis and e-hailing services to operate in the MCO, conditional MCO and recovery MCO areas.

The police also reminded the public to constantly check the PDRM Facebook page for more of such graphics in the future.

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