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post Oct 12 2020, 04:11 PM, updated 2 months ago

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Another mall...

PETALING JAYA: Aeon Retail Malaysia has informed that a customer at the Fitness First gymnasium at their mall in Bukit Tinggi, Klang, was confirmed as Covid-19 positive.

Aeon Retail Malaysia Chief Human Resources officer Dr Kasuma Satria Mat Jadi said the customer last visited Fitness First on Oct 6 from 3.13pm to 4.40pm.


“Fitness First has been ordered to shut until further notice, and both Fitness First and Aeon are working closely with the authorities. Nevertheless, immediate sanitisation has been carried out in adherence to the KKM (Health Ministry) guidelines.

“We ask for everyone to join us to pray together. Let's wish and hope that we will all be able to overcome these challenges. Our best wishes for a speedy recovery to those who are affected, ” he said in a statement posted on Aeon Retail Malaysia’s Facebook page on Monday (Oct 12).

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Justin.Loong
post Oct 12 2020, 04:14 PM

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Thanks for the update! thumbsup.gif
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la bella
post Oct 12 2020, 04:24 PM

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I already terminate my gym member since last MCO.

Just home workout.

Don't feel safe in a confined aircond gym without mask.
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post Oct 12 2020, 04:25 PM

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Siao liao la jit bai, PKP conlanfirm liao
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post Oct 12 2020, 04:33 PM

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Okay which mall is next? I haven’t buy any stock just yet :x
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post Oct 12 2020, 06:27 PM

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QUOTE(miromiro @ Oct 12 2020, 04:33 PM)
Okay which mall is next?  I haven’t buy any stock just yet :x
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post Oct 12 2020, 07:30 PM

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QUOTE(Justin.Loong @ Oct 12 2020, 06:27 PM)
What kind of stock?  hmm.gif
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Food :x
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post Oct 13 2020, 08:40 PM

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QUOTE(miromiro @ Oct 12 2020, 04:33 PM)
Okay which mall is next?  I haven’t buy any stock just yet :x
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Hopefully no next...


List Of Shopping Malls With Confirmed Positive Covid-19 Cases In The Klang Valley Region


1. 3 Damansara
What you need to know:

Security personnel contracted Covid-19 from a close family member.
The staff has not reported for duty since October 9th, 2020.
The mall’s management said it had immediately conducted deep cleaning and sanitisation of the premises frequented by the employee.

2. Mid Valley Megamall & The Gardens Mall
What you need to know:

An employee at Origani tested positive for Covid-19 after a family member was exposed to the coronavirus.
The employee immediately self-quarantined and was confirmed positive on October 10th, 2020.
The employee did not exhibit any symptoms of Covid-19.

3. Bangsar Shopping Centre
What you need to know:

Bangsar Shopping Centre will be temporarily closed as a staff member at Origani tested positive for Covid-19.
The staff did not show any symptoms at the time.
Origani has immediately closed its outlet and all staff are undergoing Covid-19 testing in full compliance with the Health Ministry.

4. Setia City Mall
What you need to know:

A member of Fitness First at Setia City Mall tested positive for Covid-19.
The mall’s management said that the members of the Fitness First team on duty have taken Covid-19 tests and will observe 14-day quarantine.
Fitness First Malaysia detailed that the member last visited the gym on October 2nd, 2020 at 8pm.

5. Paradigm Mall

What you need to know:

Padini Holdings Berhad confirms that one of their staff members at Brands Outlet tested positive for Covid-19.
The staff’s last day of work was on October 2nd, 2020 and he did not have any symptoms.

6. 1 Utama Shopping Centre

What you need to know:

1 Utama Shopping Centre will be closed for one week starting today for sanitisation and screening processes to take place.
The first case from this shopping mall was from an employee working at Mac City who tested positive for Covid-19.
Later, several more positive cases were detected at the same mall within a matter of days.

7. NU Sentral
What you need to know:

The management of the NU Sentral shopping centre announced that a worker tested positive for Covid-19 on September 27th, 2020.
Immediate contact tracing was carried out and all other management staff underwent Covid-19 tests.
The mall conducted a thorough sanitisation of the whole mall area in accordance with the Safety and Health Guidelines issued by the MOH.

8. Sunway Pyramid
What you need to know:

A Nike staff outlet at Sunway Pyramid who had travelling history tested positive for Covid-19.
Sunway Pyramid Mall immediately carried out and completed deep cleaning, thorough disinfection as well as sanitisation throughout the premises.

9. The Linc
What you need to know:

A parent of a child at Trinity Kids, The Linc KL branch has tested positive for Covid-19.
The child last attended school on September 17th, 2020.

10. Suria KLCC
What you need to know:

A Babel gym member at Suria KLCC tested positive for Covid-19 on September 23rd, 2020.
Immediate contact tracing has been carried out and reports say that close contacts of the gym member have tested negative for the coronavirus.
Upon confirmation of the case, Suria KLCC mall underwent deep sanitisation and disinfection.

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post Oct 14 2020, 05:25 PM

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QUOTE(miromiro @ Oct 12 2020, 07:30 PM)
Food :x
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There are sufficient food supplies and other essential items in the country and there is no need for panic buying amid the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Selangor, beginning today.

Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi assured that food items were also available at reasonable prices.
"The ministry has received information that people in several places have resorted to panic buying following the announcement by Senior Minister (Security Cluster, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob).

"We guarantee that supplies of food and other essential items are available in sufficient amounts at reasonable prices.
"People are advised to make necessary purchases only and refrain from hoarding and stocking up on supplies," he said in a statement today.
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Alexander said the ministry also stepped up enforcement nationwide to ensure the supplies continue to be available at reasonable prices.
"The ministry has mobilised 2,269 enforcement personnel nationwide to ensure that supplies are sufficient at reasonable price, without any price hike.

"The ministry is enforcing the Price Control and Anti-Profiteering Act 2011, the Control of Supplies Act 1961 and all subsidiary regulations (to ensure availability of foods and keep the prices under control)," he said.

Alexander also encouraged consumers to make online purchases, reduce physical movements at business premises, as part of the measures to break the Covid-19 transmission chain.
Source: Ministry says enough food supply during CMCO
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post Oct 14 2020, 07:24 PM

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QUOTE(Justin.Loong @ Oct 14 2020, 05:25 PM)
Thanks ,just come back from mini mart and yes there’s still stuff there smile.gif
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post Oct 15 2020, 04:06 AM

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COVID-19: 1 Utama cluster increases to 63 while Tesco Mutiara Damansara reports one case


October 15, 2020 01:41 am +08

PETALING JAYA (Oct 14): The COVID-19 cluster from the 1 Utama shopping complex here has gone up to 63 cases, the Petaling District Disaster Management Committee (Petaling JPBD) stated.

Petaling JPBD chairperson Johary Anuar said 6,000 workers at the shopping complex had been screened while testing on shoppers began today with 110 tested so far, Malaysiakini reported.

Of the positive cases detected, 16 were workers in the mall including one from the mall’s management team.

Most of the cases involve the mall's security personnel with 44 cases detected, while three cases were detected amongst the mall’s customers. Some of the cases were from outside the Petaling district.

“In light of this situation and based on recommendations from the Petaling District Health Office, the Petaling JPBD has decided that the 1 Utama shopping complex management should continue testing on all workers.

“The complex’s management must also ensure that its security company appoints new security personnel, who must not be appointed among those who are close contacts of the infected security workers.

“All new security personnel must undergo COVID-19 screening before starting work,” Johary said in a statement today, Malaysiakini reported.

1 Utama has been shut down since Oct 11 after several cases were detected amongst the mall’s workers.

Meanwhile, the Tesco Extra Mutiara Damansara nearby posted on its Facebook page at 8pm that an intern working at the hypermarket had tested positive for COVID-19.

Tesco said it will be cleaning and disinfecting its premises and will reopen at 10am tomorrow.


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