Disinfection operations are currently underway in the Masjid Seri Petaling area nearby Sri Petaling yesterday (28th March 2020).
The disinfection effort carried out by more than 100 DBKL and Alam Flora personnel was done under supervision from the Ministry of Health.
Taking a leaf out of the efforts done in China, personnel in hazmats were seen spraying disinfectants in affected areas.
Shared on Twitter, via @KKMPutrajaya, here are several images of the people at work.
In its status, it was also announced that other areas that are at risk will also be included as part of the mass disinfection operation set to begin on Monday.
The tweet which has seen 5k retweets and 5.8k likes should serve as proof as to how appreciative we are at the efforts taken by our local authorities and the Ministry of Health to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Keep up the good work fellas!
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