Labuan COVID-19 Immunisation Task Force (CITF) chairman Rithuan Ismail said the offences include failure to scan the MySejahera code, attempting to travel interstate without police permit and failure to adhere quarantine order topped the list with 26, 24 and 17 cases respectively.
“The compounds issued were vary ranging from RM1, 5o0 to RM25, 000…the highest compound amount was on an entertainment outlet operator who was found to have ran night entertainment activity which is against the SOP,” he said today.
The other offences were not wearing face masks with five cases and failure to adhere to physical distancing three cases.
Rithuan disclosed a total of 492 premises including government premises, worships, schools, public and recreational places, public marine and public transports have been sanitised (March 3 – today).
“The police personnel assisted by People’s Volunteer Corps (RELA) are on standby at the Labuan’s entry points of ferry terminals and airport to ensure passengers are equipped with police permit,” he said.
He said Labuan has established five monitoring teams comprises of Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), Malaysia Arm Forces (ATM), Malaysia Civil Defence Force (APM), National Security Council (NSC) and Labuan Corporation (LC).
“These teams manned by 85 personnel had so far conducted monitoring at 610 premises and 35 hotel-quarantine centres,” he said.