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Warning : 7 Roads Closed In Petaling Jaya During MCO!

These seven (7) roads in Petaling Jaya will be CLOSED to enforce the travel ban during the MCO / PKP lockdown.

 

MCO / PKP 2.0 : Roads Closed To Enforce Travel Ban

The newly announced MCO (Movement Control Order) 2.0 kicks off on Wednesday, 13 January 2021 for these eight states and territories in Malaysia :

  • Penang
  • Selangor
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Putrajaya
  • Labuan
  • Johor
  • Sabah
  • Melaka

During the new MCO / PKP, interstate and inter-district travel is forbidden. Hence, some roads will be closed to enforce the travel ban.

 

Warning : 7 Roads Closed In Petaling Jaya During MCO!

The Petaling Jaya police shared the locations where these seven (7) roads be closed to enforce the MCO / PKP travel ban.

Update : Some of our readers reported that these roads are still open. That’s probably because the government announced that they would allow residents who are stuck in their hometowns to return by Friday, 15 January 2021.

Therefore, we believe that these roads will now be closed at 12:01 AM on Saturday, 16 January 2021.

Road Closure #1 : Jalan 5/64 in Gasing Indah

Road Closure #2 : Entry To Persiaran Mahogany in Section 9, Kota Damansara

Road Closure #3 : Persiaran Jati in Section 8, Kota Damansara

Road Closure #4 : Persiaran Sungai Buloh (TSB)

Road Closure #5 : Entrance to Damansara Toll, towards Bayu Putri, near Tropicana PKR Damansara office

Road Closure #6 : Traffic light at PJU 8/1, Damansara Perdana

Road Closure #7 : LDP turn-out to Mutiara Damansara / Damansara Perdana

 

COVID-19 : How To Keep Safe During MCO!

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Shopping Malls With COVID-19 Cases : Misleading!

A PowerPoint presentation on Klang Valley shopping malls with COVID-19 cases in the last 14 days has gone viral, but it is really misleading.

Find out what happened, and what the facts really are!

 

Shopping Malls With COVID-19 Cases : The Viral List

The PowerPoint presentation was prepared by Sensata Technologies Malaysia, apparently for their internal use.

It boasts that no Sensata Technologies Malaysia employee has tested positive for COVID-19, and included a list of shopping malls with COVID-19 cases in the last 14 days.

It appears to suggest that STM employees should not go to these shopping malls, or any shopping mall, to ensure they won’t get infected.

 

Shopping Malls With COVID-19 Cases : Misleading!

The list of shopping malls with COVID-19 cases was compiled by Sensata Technologies Malaysia based on the MySejahtera app.

The list accurately shows what MySejahtera reported, but the list is MISLEADING and here are the reasons why…

Reason #1 : KKM Confirmed That It’s Misleading

The Malaysia Ministry of Health (KKM) confirmed that this list is misleading, because of the reasons below…

Reason #2 : MySejahtera Does Not Show Cases For Specific Locations

The MySejahtera app allows you to look up specific locations, but it will NOT show the case numbers for any specific location.

It is not possible for anyone to use MySejahtera to find out that IKEA Damansara has 3 cases, for example.

MySejahtera will only show you the number of reported COVID-19 cases within a 1 km radius. That’s a 3.14 square kilometre area.

Reason #3 : MySejahtera Shows Cases In 1 KM Radius In Past 14 Days

The MySejahtera Hot Spot tracker feature only lists the number of reported COVID-19 cases in the last 14 days.

If you try it out now, you can search for Pavilion KL, and it will say,

There have been 804 reported case(s) of COVID-19 within a 1 km radius from your searched location in the last 14 days.

It cannot be used to confirm that Pavilion KL has 834 cases on 1 January 2021, and 804 cases on 2 January 2021.

What those numbers mean is that on 1 January 2021, the area surrounding Pavilion KL had 834 cases, and that dropped to 804 cases on 2 January 2021.

 

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MRT Kajang Line : Transit Officer Positive For COVID-19!

Rapid Rail, the operator of the MRT Kajang Line, today confirmed that one of their transit officers tested positive for COVID-19!

Find out what happened, and what you should do if you were on the MRT Kajang Line recently!

 

MRT Kajang Line : Transit Officer Positive For COVID-19

On 25 October 2020, Rapid Rail announced that a transit officer (also known as the train operator) of their MRT Kajang Line tested positive for COVID-19.

This transit officer last worked on 21 October 2020, and tested positive yesterday, 24 October 2020. He is currently being quarantined in the Sungai Buloh Hospital.

Rapid Rail conducted a deep cleaning and disinfection of that transit officer’s work place according to MOH guidelines.

They also cleaned all of their MRT trains, according to existing protocol to sanitise them every night after they stop operating.

All other Rapid Rail employees who were identified as close contacts of the affected transit officer were placed under self-quarantine for 14 days, and asked to undergo COVID-19 testing.

According to the statement, both MRT and Rapid Bus continue to be safe to use. But passengers are reminded to strictly follow the SOP, including :

  • properly wearing a face mask at all times
  • maintaining good hand hygiene using a hand sanitiser
  • recording their body temperature, and
  • signing in the physical logbook, or using MySejahtera

 

MRT Transit Officer COVID-19 Exposure : Should You Be Concerned?

Since the MRT is “driverless”, there is little interaction between passengers and MRT staff, so the risk of infection is low.

In accordance with the Malaysia Ministry of Health guidelines, they will be performing contact tracing, and contacting those who came in close contact with the affected employee.

If you happened to be in close contact with the employee, you will be contacted and asked to undergo a screening test.

This infection reinforces the importance of contact tracing, and the MySejahtera mobile app which logs the movements of its users.

While public premises offer physical logbooks, we highly recommend that you use the MySejahtera mobile app, because it allows for easier and faster contact tracing.

Using the MySejahtera mobile app also obviates the need to sign a physical logbook, which usually means using a shared pen – an unnecessary risk factor.

The SARS-CoV-2 virus is easily destroyed by soap, so the deep cleaning operation will definitely clean the outlet of any infectious particles.

But most important of all – we need to remember to always wear a face mask in public. Face masks have been proven to prevent the spread and reduce the risk of being infected.

 

COVID-19 : How To Keep Safe!

Here are a few simple steps to stay safe :

  • Avoid suspected cases or disease hotpots, like hospitals, if possible!
  • Avoid public events and crowds
  • Keep our hands clean with soap or hand sanitiser
  • Keep our homes, offices, vehicles, etc. clean
  • If you need to wear a surgical mask, make sure you put it on and remove it properly!
  • Wash your food with water (and soap) after purchase and before preparation

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CMCO Roadblocks At Three PJ Highway Tolls In Effect!

The Petaling Jaya Police just set up CMCO roadblocks at three highway tolls in Petaling Jaya, to enforce the CMCO / PKPB lockdown SOP.

 

CMCO Roadblocks At Three PJ Highway Tolls In Effect!

On 21 October 2020, Petaling Jaya Police Chief ACP Nik Ezanee bin Mohd Faisal announced that the Petaling Jaya police has taken the initiative to set up CMCO roadblocks at these three highway tolls :

  • NKVE Highway : Subang Toll
  • PLUS Highway : Sungai Buloh Toll
  • PLUS Highway : Damansara Toll

The CMCO roadblocks are on both sides of the tolls, to check on people entering and leaving Petaling Jaya.

 

Why Setup These CMCO Roadblocks In Petaling Jaya?

The purpose of these CMCO roadblocks, according to ACP Nik Ezanee is to i:

He called for the public to slow down while approaching and passing through these CMCO roadblocks, to protect the safety of their frontliners and other drivers.

He also reminded everyone to comply with the number of people inside their vehicles, and to stay at home unless it is necessary for them to go out.

As a reminder, here are the current travel SOP for CMCO / PKPB lockdown.

  • Only two persons from each household are allowed to go out to purchase daily necessities.
  • People at high risk and children are not encouraged to go out.
  • No one is allowed to enter or leave the areas under CMCO lockdown.
  • Cross-district travel is forbidden, except for work, economic or industrial purposes.
  • Cross-district travel for emergencies (sickness and funeral) requires advanced notice to the police.
  • Workers will need a valid work pass or letter of permission from their employers to get past state and district roadblocks.
  • Employers are encouraged to let their employees work from home.
    In Red Zones : management and administrative staff in public and private sectors are ordered to work from home, starting 22 October 2020.
    * Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced this change on 20 October 2020.
  • Travellers from other states who need to pass through Selangor and Kuala Lumpur to other states should obtain prior permission from the nearest police station.
  • Individuals who intend to travel by air through KLIA, KLIA2 and Subang Airport must obtain prior permission from the police.
  • Residents of KL, Selangor and Putrajaya are allowed to return from outstation, with the permission of the police.

For more information, please read CMCO / PKPB SOP for KL, Selangor, Putrajaya, which will be updated from time to time.

For those who plan to travel outstation, here is the Cross-State Travel SOP and application form to get past the CMCO roadblocks at state lines.

NOTE : There is NO NEED for the passenger to sit behind the driver. Passengers will NOT GET FINED for sitting next to the driver.

 

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PJ Digital Mall : Closed For Cleaning After COVID-19 Exposure

The PJ Digital Mall is closing on 18 October 2020 for deep cleaning, after a second All IT Hypermarket employee tested positive for COVID-19!

Find out what happened, and if you need to be concerned about this new development!

 

PJ Digital Mall : One Employee Positive For COVID-19

At around 11:30 PM on 17 October 2020, PJ Digital Mall announced that a second All IT Hypermarket employee tested positive for COVID-19.

All IT Hypermarket had earlier announced that an employee at their SOGO KL outlet tested positive.

Both the SOGO KL and PJ Digital Mall cases are actually siblings from the same household, just working in different All IT Hypermarket outlets.

This second sibling (Staff B) last worked at the Digital Mall outlet on Friday, 16 October 2020, reporting to work in the morning and clocking out at 2 PM.

He was asymptomatic and went for a COVID-19 test on Saturday, 17 October 2020, and was diagnosed the very same day.

As a result of this positive test result, PJ Digital Mall will shut down on 18 October 2020, to disinfect and sanitise all areas inside their mall.

They will reopen the following day, on 19 October 2020.

They are also placing those in close contact with the affected staff under self-quarantine, and sending them to get tested.

 

PJ Digital Mall COVID-19 Exposure : Should You Be Concerned?

As per MOH guidelines, they should be performing contact tracing, and contacting those who came in close contact with the affected employee.

If you happen to be in close contact with the affected All IT Hypermarket employees at their PJ Digital Mall or SOGO KL outlet, you will be contacted and asked to self-quarantine as well as undergo a COVID-19 screening test.

These shopping mall infections reinforce the importance of contact tracing, and the MySejahtera mobile app which lets its users quickly and easily log their movements.

While shopping malls and all other public premises offer physical logbooks, we highly recommend that you use the MySejahtera mobile app, because it allows for easier and faster contact tracing.

Using the MySejahtera mobile app also obviates the need to sign a physical logbook, which usually means using a shared pen – an unnecessary risk factor.

The SARS-CoV-2 virus is easily destroyed by soap, so even a simple cleaning operation will definitely clear the branch of any infectious particles.

But most important of all – we need to remember to always wear a face mask in public. Face masks have been proven to prevent the spread and reduce the risk of being infected by COVID-19.

 

COVID-19 : How To Keep Safe!

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