Ismail Sabri: 208 detained for SOP violations on Saturday (April 10)

KUALA LUMPUR: More than 200 individuals were arrested for movement control order violations on Saturday (April 10).

Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said 208 individuals were arrested, with 199 being issued compounds while nine others were remanded.

"Among the violations committed were entertainment outlet activities (112), failure to provide entry log equipment (27), not wearing face masks (16) and 53 other offences.

"The compliance task force comprising of 3,196 teams involving 14,654 personnel conducted 66,140 checks on Saturday.

He said the checks were conducted on 5,839 restaurants, supermarkets (4,481), banks (3,936), hawkers (3,019), markets/farmers markets (2,184), factories (2,163) and government offices (731).

"They also monitored places of worship (3,332), recreational areas (1,810), land transport terminals (1,759), water transport terminals (347) and air transport terminals (106)," he said.

Meanwhile, Ismail Sabri said they arrested nine undocumented migrants and seized three vehicles under Ops Benteng on Saturday.

"We also deported seven undocumented foreigners via three deportation activities," he said adding that 256 roadblocks were set up Saturday.

Ismail Sabri said 807 individuals arrived at international entry points on Saturday and were placed at quarantine stations nationwide.

"Since July 24,170,888 individuals have returned to Malaysia and from that number, 7,868 individuals were quarantined while 1,339 were taken to hospital," he said.

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