Life under EMCO at Menara City One

KUALA LUMPUR (April 1): Today is the second day of Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) for Menara City One at in Jalan Munshi Abdullah, here.

The yellow police tape was placed outside the building to prevent people from going in or out, while police and army personnel are at standby outside to ensure the residents and nearby residents adhere to the EMCO rules.

There are also road blocks surrounding the building to monitor the movement around that area.

Menara City One was placed under EMCO after 17 people living there tested positive for COVID-19. It is the third area to have EMCO imposed after Simpang Renggam in Johor and Sungai Lui in Selangor.

The two-week EMCO, which started from March 31 and will end April 13, has affected 3,200 residents in 502 residential units as well as business premises in the tower.

Under EMCO, all locals and visitors in the area are confined at home while outsiders are not allowed in, with all entry points blocked. The government will provide essential food supplies to every resident, including rice, oil, sugar, eggs and canned milk.

However, food delivery service providers are allowed, but only limited to deliver the food to the lobby.

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