Four Premises in Pangkor Closed 

Four premises on Pangkor Island were forced to close down due to not following standard operating procedures (SOPs).

The eight-hour spot-check was done by the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) SOP Adherence Team Task Force along with the Enforcement Unit of Manjung Municipal Council. 

Findings from the operation have shown that eight premises have failed to follow SOPs, such as not preparing temperature scanners, log books and hand sanitisers for customers entering the premises. 

Compounds were issued to premise owners due to not performing preventive measures. 

The said premises have also been ordered to close down under Section 18 (1)(f) of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 (Act 342).

During the earlier stage of RMCO in June, 189 premises in Perak were ordered to shut down and 43 owners were fined under the same offence.


Rosli Mansor

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