Most Shah Alam folk staying home

SHAH ALAM: The Covid-19 standard operating procedure compliance rate by the people in this district during the ongoing lockdown has been at greater than 90%, say the police.

Shah Alam OCPD Asst Comm Baharudin Mat Taib said police only issued 18 compound notices on Monday.

“The compounds were not issued at roadblocks. Instead, most were for offences committed at premises and restaurants where the workers did not wear face masks or scan the MySejahtera QR code, ” he told reporters after inspecting SOP compliance at the Shah Alam and Padang Jawa KTM commuter stations yesterday.

ACP Baharudin said the commuter trains are only allowed 5-10% passenger capacity during the lockdown.

“There are some carriages with no passengers at all while others have just one or two passengers.

“It shows that the people are heeding the call to stay home during the lockdown, ” he added.

ACP Baharudin said police have deployed two teams to monitor SOP compliance in public transport.

“We are doing random checks at peak hours, ” he added.

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