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Monday, May 31, 2021

'Time for advice is over', says IGP as lockdown looms


As lockdown looms, Inspector-General of Police Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani has warned flouters of Covid-19 prevention procedures that the time for advice has long passed.

He said it is expected that people have understood the procedures and consequences of flouting any measures, after more than a year of living under various phases of movement control orders (MCOs).

“We have been under MCOs for over 430 days and I believe, I am confident, that the public understands its intention and enforcements.

“So in our view, the ‘mood’ or time for advice has long ended,” said Acryl Sani during a press conference at Bukit Aman.

He said this when asked whether police would immediately compound SOP flouters or give a chance to first-time offenders.

Starting midnight (June 1), a “total lockdown” will be in force for 14 days until June 14.

Only 17 sectors considered as essential services are allowed to open, the remaining economic and social sectors have been ordered to close. - Mkini

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