Covid-19: NU Sentral Shopping Centre management staff tested positive

PETALING JAYA (Sept 27): One of the employees of the NU Sentral Management was tested positive for the Covid-19 on Saturday, said the company in a statement in its Facebook page today.

The statement said the Ministry of Health (MOH) has immediately conducted contact tracing and all close contacts including employees of NU Sentral’s management office have undergone Covid-19 testing on Sept 26, 2020, and the first Covid-19 test results of the employees are all negative. 

“Nevertheless, all employees are required to be self-quarantined for 14 days and they will be working remotely but can be contacted as usual. We would like to assure all tenants, vendors and customers that the case is an isolated case and has been immediately attended upon identification. We are working closely with MOH on any further follow-up measures that may be required,” said the statement.

As a precautionary action, NU Sentral Shopping Centre has conducted a thorough sanitization of the mall area in accordance with the Safety and Health Guidelines issued by MOH on Saturday, 2020.
“We will continue to undertake these necessary preventive and precautionary measures as the safety of our employees, business associates and members of the public are very important to us.

We kindly advise all of our shoppers to continue adhering to the SOP issued by MOH, practicing good hygiene, wearing masks and maintaining social distancing at all times,” said NU Sentral Management.

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