Seven days after the operation of the restraining order, 28 violators were arrested in Malaysia

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 Seven days after the operation of the restraining order, 28 violators were arrested in Malaysia


He pointed out that up to now, the police have received 695 reports of violations of restraining orders, and 46 of them have been put on file for investigation.

He again warned that the police might change the current way of law enforcement, not just to give advice, but to take severe action against those who break the law.

In addition, he pointed out that according to the report of the Malaysian communication and Multimedia Commission, the Commission is currently investigating 85 cases of suspected false news, of which six have been brought to court.

To curb the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic, Malaysia has been implementing a two week action restriction order nationwide since March 18th to close all unnecessary government agencies and enterprises and prohibit the public from going out of necessity.