Some Malaysians still choose to violate the NO interstate travel rule despite strict warnings from PDRM. Even after four whole days were given to travel, some of them travelled after those days and faced the consequences.
The same case today happened where 308 drivers were caught trying to sneak in Penang for Hari Raya and other unimportant reasons but were asked to turn back.
According to The Star, Penang Police Chief Commissioner Datuk Sahabudin Abd Manan said that nine compound notices were also issued for those who violated the Conditional Movement Control Order. He simply said to those who wish to travel to Penang without a reason to not waste their time and money.
“We have set up 18 roadblocks at various entry points along the state border to intensify security into Penang which is now declared a Covid-19 green zone.”
If you think you’ve escaped without detection and managed to balik kampung, don’t be too happy as PDRM has also informed that they will be tracking down those who made unauthorised interstate trips to celebrate Hari Raya with their families.
This is not the time to be selfish, we need to plant it into our heads that the Covid-19 danger is NOT OVER! For our own safety, let’s just stay home and stay safe.
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