PUTRAJAYA: The Well being Ministry has issued a stern warning that Covid-19 individuals below surveillance (PUS) to strictly abide by the Dwelling Surveillance Order (HSO) guidelines, which incorporates present process testing at clinics on the 13th day.
Well being director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah mentioned 5,909 PUS had been discharged from quarantine centres on June 10 and put below HSO, to be able to full 14 days of quarantine.
Nonetheless, out of that whole, solely 4,427 people had been recorded to have undergone Covid-19 testing at authorities or personal clinics on the 13th day. Of that quantity, three constructive instances had been detected.
“Subsequently, a complete of 1,472 people are nonetheless required to endure Covid-19 testing on day 13.
“All people getting back from abroad, together with Malaysians, everlasting residents and people who are allowed to enter for work, are required to endure obligatory dwelling quarantine at their properties for 14 days as said within the Guideline for Dwelling Monitoring and Surveillance Order (Annex 14b).
“The federal government views very severely compliance to this Dwelling Monitoring and Surveillance Order.
“Failure to adjust to this order is an offence below Part 22 of Act 342.
“The district well being workplace and different associated businesses concerned have been authorised to hint and take motion in opposition to people discovered to be in violation of the phrases of this order.
“They are often fined or imprisoned or each, ” mentioned Dr Noor Hisham on the ministry’s Covid-19 press convention right here Monday (June 29).
Dr Noor Hisham mentioned relations of people positioned below the HSO should additionally play their position in advising and making certain the people don’t violate any directives that would end in authorized motion.
“The cooperation of all events is necessary to allow us to collectively break the Covid-19 an infection transmission chain in Malaysia, ” he mentioned.