DBKL continues monitoring, cleansing of markets

KUALA LUMPUR (May 27): Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will continue to monitor the area around the walls of the Kuala Lumpur Wholesale Market to ensure that no foreigners use it to enter the market.

In a statement issued yesterday, DBKL said patrols and surveillance will be carried out to protect property in the area, and to ensure that the owners, assistants and members of the public comply with the safety, social distancing and cleanliness measures.

In addition, vehicles entering the premises will be monitored and the body temperature of the people taken.

A total of 1,395 vehicles comprising lorries, private cars, motorcycles and taxis were checked yesterday, and health screenings conducted on 1,530 people.

Meanwhile, DBKL have collaborated with Alam Flora, to carry out thorough cleansing works at the Raja Bot Market here from May 18 until yesterday.

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