MALAYSIA, KUALA LUMPUR Nov 18 —Conditional movement control order (CMCO) continued to remain the temporarily closing of Nightclubs nationwide as the order of the government, temporary measure to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading and said not mean to be permanent as long as standard operating procedures (SOPs) are followed with, Minister said
Prime Minister’s Department (special functions), Datuk Seri Mohd Redzuan Md Yusof explained the government’s decision to temporarily closing nightclubs across the nation Malaysia for now amid the COVID-19 pandemic, citing the involvement in other nations to legitimize this choice.
“The government’s action in closing nightclubs throughout the CMCO is the appropriate response to tackling the problem of Covid-19 spreading“
“However, the government cannot permanently close (menutup terus) nightclubs as long as there is compliance with the SOP set,” Redzuan said in a composed parliamentary answered yesterday
Umno’s Machang MP Datuk Ahmad Jazlan Yaakub reacted to Redzuan, and inquired the prime minister around the the state of effectiveness of the closure of clubs amid the Conditional movement control order (CMCO) had made a difference check the spread of the COVID-19 and social issues within the society, as well as whether the government was arranged to menutup terus or permanently close down such clubs.
Redzuan really said the police actually have moreover been working with local authorities require sort of stern action against public entertainment outlets that work past the allowed time by the government and noticing that the local authorities literally are responsible for revoking the permit of the premises upon failure to essentially comply with orders issued by the government.
Within the same parliamentary reply, Redzuan moreover given police statistics from January 1 to November 1 this year on Ops Noda or crackdown on amusement outlets that ridiculed the law, with 6,851 in fact people captured after 1,386 fruitful strikes across the country.