Apad and Puspakom temporarily closed in Seremban

PETALING JAYA: The Land Public Transport Agency (Apad) and Puspakom will be temporarily closed in Seremban following the implementation of the enhanced movement control order, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

“The operations at the office and counters at Apad at the Road Transport Department (JPJ) in Seremban will be closed from July 9 to 22 following the implementation of the enhanced MCO in the district,” the Transport Minister said in a Facebook post yesterday.

The post was accompanied by a notice from Apad which also stated that all appointments made during the period were cancelled pending further notice.

Apart from the notice from Apad, Dr Wee said Puspakom would also temporarily halt its operations in Seremban during the same period.

A notice from Puspakom said that all payments made for appointments during the period would be refunded automatically.

Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced on Thursday that the entire district would be under the enhanced MCO from July 9 to 22 following a high number of Covid-19 cases there.

He said as at July 4, there were 5,504 active cases in the district, which comprises the eight sub-districts of Ampangan, Labu, Lenggeng, Pantai, Rantau, Rasah, Seremban and Setul.

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