By Adrian Lim
KUCHING, May 17: Business premises especially shopping malls which have been identified as high risk for Covid-19 transmission generated by the Hotspot Identification for Dynamic Engagement (HIDE) system need to limit its capacity of visitors to 25 per cent.
This is the updated standard operating procedures (SOPs) for the prevention of Covid-19 released by the National Security Council (MKN) enforced in Sarawak for the Conditional Movement Order (CMCO) period from May 18 to June 7.
Besides, the business premises need to ensure that only visitors with a “low-risk” profile are allowed to enter the premises.
Other than that, employers of the business premises need to monitor the health of their workers for a period of 14 days and instruct them to undergo the Covid-19 swab test if they exhibit symptoms of Covid-19.
Apart from that, the business premises need to tighten the control at the entry point of the premises and conduct sanitisation of the premises at all times.
Moreover, business premises which are listed as high risk need to abide by the order issued by the health authorities. — DayakDaily