Ismail Sabri: Compounds totalling RM492,000 issued for MCO violations on Wednesday (March 3)

KUALA LUMPUR: A total of RM492,000 in compounds were issued for various movement control order (MCO) violations on Wednesday (March 3).

Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said four individuals were also remanded while three others were released on bail.

"Most of the compounds were issued for entertainment outlet activities with 134 issued.

"A total of 86 compounds were issued for failure to provide entry logs and equipment, 62 for failure to wear face masks, 58 for physical distancing violations, 28 for premises operating beyond the permitted time, 27 for interstate and inter-district travel without permission and 104 for other violations," he said on Thursday (March 4).

He said 3,495 compliance task force teams were on duty Wednesday, comprising 15,082 personnel.

"They conducted 68,717 checks nationwide which included 6,006 restaurants, 4,479 supermarkets, 4,172 banks, 3,976 places of worship, 2,611 traders, 1,716 factories, 1,529 markets, 1,513 recreation areas and 1,130 government offices, ” he said.

Meanwhile, Ismail Sabri said 12 illegal immigrants were arrested and six vehicles were seized under Ops Benteng.

"We also tracked 139 boats and vessels, ” he said.

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