We must not take this MCO lightly!
According to Chief of Police, Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador, the MCO will continue to June if the the people remain stubborn and continue to resist the enforcement of the law, causing more cases of Covid-19 outbreaks, as reported by Harian Metro.
“In this regard, today I will warn the public again that enforcement of the MCO will not be loosened. Arrests will be intensified against those who violate the order,” said the PDRM Chief.
The MCO is now in its third phase since being extended to 28th April after the government announced that necessary measures had to be taken in attempt to break the chain of infection.
The newly extended directive also sees PDRM working together with the Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) to set up even more roadblocks and restrictions around the borders of the country to further tighten enforcement of the MCO.
We must work together as a nation and stay at home to curb the spread of the virus if we want this extension to be the last leg of MCO.
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