Kids not allowed at malls is fake news


KUALA LUMPUR: News that has gone viral on social media about children under 12 years of age not being allowed to enter shopping malls or eateries is fake.

The Kuantan district police headquarters and its Covid-19 DCC Hotline denied releasing any statement or poster regarding the enforcement of such an SOP under the conditional movement control order, said the Multimedia and Communications Ministry’s Quick Response Team yesterday.

“The Kuantan police clarified that children under 12 years of age are not encouraged, but still allowed to visit shopping malls or eateries on condition that they comply with the CMCO SOP issued by the National Security Council on Feb 19, ” the statement read. — Bernama

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