The authorities have issued a summon to Aeon Mall TamanDesa Tebrau, Johor to shut down after it failed to impose operating guidelines under the Conditional Movement Control Order.
Johor Health Director, Dr Aman Rabu confirmed the closure which takes effect from 4pm, today to June 1. The closure comes after his officers discovered the mall had been operating without proper safety precautions that has been issued for all retailers to follow. The notice issued appeared on social media and was posted on various Facebook pages. According to the notice, disinfection work was to take place subjected under the Health and Safety Act.
However, on the mall’s Facebook page, many were concerned about the closure. Facebook user, Adam Salam inquired if the shut down was due to a discovery of a positive case and if so, shouldn’t there be contact tracing done?
As for now the notice issued is due to the failure of not observing SOP such as providing hand sanitisers and no social distancing procedures. The notice was issued so that the management can fix its SOP processes and it will need to comply with all the regulations and once the authorities are satisfied, the mall can then re-open.