Ismail Sabri: 95 detained for SOP violations on Monday (April 5)

PETALING JAYA: The police have arrested 95 individuals for breaching the standard operating procedures (SOP), says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob (pic).

Of the 95 individuals, Ismail Sabri said 86 were compounded and nine were remanded.

Among the violations committed were cross border travel without approval (38), failure to provide personal information on the mySejahtera application (31), did not wear face mask (8), did not practice social distancing (1), and entertainment centre activities (17).

Meanwhile, in Ops Benteng, Ismail Sabri said they arrested three undocumented migrants and seized three vehicles.

"A total of 148 boats were also detected in the country's waters through 21 observation activities," he said in a statement on Tuesday (April 6).

Ismail Sabri also said that 661 individuals returned to the country on Monday (April 5) and have been placed in quarantine stations throughout the country.

"Since July 24, a total of 168,405 individuals returned to the country and were placed in 73 hotels and eight public training institutes as well as private education institutes throughout the country," he said.

"Of the 168,405 individuals, 9,233 were required to quarantine, 157,914 were allowed to return home while 1,258 were taken to the hospital," added Ismail Sabri.

Separately, Ismail Sabri noted that three out of 1,842 foreign workers screened yesterday for Covid-19 have tested positive for the virus.

A total of 674,608 foreign workers have been screened todate involving 34,932 employers, of which 10,151 tested positive for the virus, while 664,457 tested negative.

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