New Straits Times
Tight S.O.P will be enforced
PUTRAJAYA: Organisers of the Aspirasi Keluarga Malaysia event aim to attract 20,000 visitors over its four days starting tomorrow, with strict standard operating procedures (SOP) enforced.
Executive director of the Shared Prosperity Delivery Unit (Sepadu) under the Prime Minister's Department, Wan Azilawati Wan Mahmood said SOP set by the National Security Council allowed 10,350 people at a time to be in the halls at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
"The exhibition and activities will be held on four levels, and we wish to accommodate the visitors as comfortably as we can.
"Every officer and visitor must adhere to SOP, such as checking their temperature when entering the halls, and checking in with their MySejahtera app or recording their attendance manually.
"Children who are yet to be vaccinated must be accompanied by their parents or guardians," she said.
Wan Azilawati also emphasised the need for visitors and officials to maintain physical distance based on the capacity of the hall.
"Anyone who recently returned from abroad is advised to not attend the event.
"The halls will be sanitised at 11pm after the event ends by the Fire and Rescue Department," she said.
Wan Azilawati said there were plans to set a time limit for each visit to the exhibition space using the MySejahtera application, including checking in and out between the halls and levels.
"There will be temperature screening counters at the entrance for visitors and organisers, and only visitors with low-risk status and have completed their vaccination may enter.
"Throughout the programme, people with symptoms will be isolated, and exhibitors must ensure that surfaces and equipment are frequently sanitised.
"Visitors are not allowed to share personal equipment, games and food for the activities.
"Hand sanitiser is provided at the entrances, and the number of visitors will be tightly monitored. In addition, visitors are reminded to avoid the 3Cs: crowded places, confined spaces and close conversations.
"Visitors also need to ensure that they do not crowd at a place and must remember to wear face masks," she said.
Wan Azilawati also encouraged visitors to get tested using self-test kits before attending the event.
Every officer and visitor must adhere to SOP, such as checking their temperature when entering the halls, and checking in with their MySejahtera app or recording their attendance manually.
WAN AZILAWATI WAN MAHMOOD
Executive director of the Shared Prosperity Delivery Unit (Sepadu) under the Prime Minister‘s Department