Police: Semi-EMCO in three Kuala Langat areas

KUALA LANGAT (June 3): Three neighbourhoods in this district have been placed under the Semi Enhanced Movement Control Order or SEMCO from yesterday, reported the New Straits Times (NST).

Kuala Langat police chief Superintendent Azizan Tukiman told the daily that the SEMCO is being conducted at Taman Langat Utama, Taman Langat Murni 1 and Taman Langat Murni 2 until June 16.

"This is following the detection of a new Covid-19 cluster involving workers of a cleaning company by the Health Ministry. All residents here are now subjected to Covid-19 tests by the ministry.

"They are now being called to come out of their houses to undergo the tests at the stations set up by the ministry," Azizan told NST.

He added that 70 per cent of the residents there were locals while the rest were foreigners

The Star reported that 128 armed forces personnel and 60 police officers began setting up barbed wire fencing around the 4.1 sq km area at around 12.30am Tuesday (June 2).

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