The Petaling Jaya District Police headquarters is getting the assistance of Federal Reserve Unit ( FRU ) officers and personnel in view of the additional roadblocks set up in the district under the Covid19 MCO . Read also:
"Following new instructions based on the Prime Minister's special speech, the MAF will increase control and surveillance, land, sea and air, so that it is at a high level."The Armed Forces will take several matters into consideration in creating a strategic plan to defend the country which will include any situation, especially when the nation is facing the spread of Covid-19," it said.
It said illegal immigrants entering the country via illegal means could impact the Covid-19 spread.The statement said despite its role in the enforcement of the movement control order (MCO), other operations were being carried as usual.It is also said stronger enforcement operations at the borders would not disrupt its manpower.Read more: The Star »
Covid-19: Armed Forces personnel help health staff conduct screenings at airports | Malay MailSEPANG, April 9 — Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) personnel are now not only assisting police at roadblocks but also helping health personnel to conduct health screenings at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and KLIA2. Their presence at both airports is to ease the burden borne by...
RTD ready to assist police, Armed Forces in MCO dutiesNSTnation The Road Transport Department (RTD) is prepared to assist the police and Armed Forces to man roadblocks. Covid19 Coronavirus MCO MovementControlOrder JustStayAtHome DudukRumah
Armed forces helping with screening at airports | The Malaysian InsightThey screen up to 1,000 passengers daily, mostly Malaysians returning home.
Police, Armed Forces to assist in screening returning M'sians at airports - IGPCORONAVIRUS | All returnees at KLIA and KLIA2 will be screened before being brought to a quarantine centre. Don't ask for extra chicken feed to do this extra work. You fellows PDRMsia and MINDEFMalaysia are already paid a monthly salary plus monthly allowances to do your work.
Soldiers enforcing EMCO wear helmets, says armed forces chief | The Malaysian InsightIt's not to avoid projectiles thrown by disgruntled residents, says general.
Armed Forces denies personnel wearing helmets to shield themselves from urine at Selangor MansionKUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) has denied allegations on social media that personnel stationed at the Selangor Mansion are wearing helmets to protect themselves from projectiles, including urine-filled plastic bags allegedly thrown by foreigners staying there.