Residents around the Kuala Langat area, take note!
In the wee hours of this morning, it has been found that military and police personnel were seen in the Taman Langat Murni neighborhood with trucks and barbed wire.
Video footage obtained by residents who shared it on the neighbourhood community Facebook page showed that many major entrance and exit points have been fenced off by barbed wire.
(((LIVE))) Pemasangan kawat duri oleh Angkatan Tentera Malaysia di Taman Langat Murni, Kuala Langat.KEMENTERIAN KESIHATAN MALAYSIAPejabat Kesihatan Daerah Kuala Langat#COVID19Malaysia #KualaLangat #Selangor
Posted by Air Times News Network on Tuesday, June 2, 2020
In addition, surrounding areas such as alleys and ‘jalan tikus‘ leading towards the neighbourhood have also been sealed off by military personnel, according to accompanying photos provided by residents.
At this point in time, no formal announcement has been made by the government as to whether the military presence and fencing off of the neighbourhood is part of only an administrative measure, or an Enhanced Movement Control Order.
This move comes after a new cluster of Covid-19 patients was found among cleaners from a cleaning company in Kuala Selangor last Saturday (29th May 2020).
What do you guys think of this situation?
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