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Wednesday, 31 Mar 2021 06:38 PM MYT
Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba shows the list of fines based on the offences committed in Putrajaya, March 31, 2021. — Bernama pic
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PUTRAJAYA, March 31 — More than 1,000 individuals have been imposed with the RM10,000 fine since the enforcement of the Emergency (Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases) (Amendment) Ordinance 2021 on March 11 but none have submitted an appeal for a lower compound amount, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.
Dr Adham told reporters today that the offenders could make an appeal to the state health director or deputy director for a lower amount based on the offences that have been committed.

Confusion over ways to appeal RM10,000 fine

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PETALING JAYA: Not only the people are confused over ways to appeal the RM10,000 fine for breaching the standard operating procedures (SOP), but health authorities in different states are also facing the same predicament.
State Health Departments said they were not authorised to handle appeals or reduce the fine, according to a report by
Sin Chew Daily on Monday (March 15).
Checks revealed that they could not ascertain the clear process needed for people to appeal the fine.
Petaling Jaya district health officials have advised the people to apply for a permit to travel to the Health Ministry in Putrajaya to file their appeal with its director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

UAE: Up to Dh50,000 fine for not informing authorities about Covid infection

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UAE: Up to Dh50,000 fine for not informing authorities about Covid infection
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It is mandatory for a person infected with Covid-19 to visit the Ministry of Health and Prevention.
The Federal Public Prosecution has clarified that a person who is infected with the Covid-19 should inform the health authorities.
In a tweet posted on its accounts on social media platforms, the Public Prosecution said it is mandatory for a person infected with Covid-19 to visit the Ministry of Health and Prevention or other health authorities to receive medical treatment so as to enable the authorities to stem the spread of the infection.

RM1,000 fine for MCO-related offences is high enough, no need for increase, says Negri MB

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SEREMBAN: The proposal to increase the RM1,000 fine for individuals who breach MCO-related rules and the standard operating procedure should be dropped, says Datuk Seri Aminuddin Harun.
The Negri Sembilan Mentri Besar said authorities should instead continue to educate the people on the importance of complying with the SOP.
"The RM1,000 fine is already high enough especially when we are in the midst of this pandemic.
"This is not a time to punish the people. Efforts to educate them must continue," he said in a Facebook post on Sunday (Feb 7).
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador had recently said the current compound fine of RM1,000 imposed on those flouting SOP should be increased as Covid-19 cases were continuing to rise.

Coronavirus: UAE reports 3,407 Covid-19 cases, 3,168 recoveries

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Coronavirus: UAE reports 3,407 Covid-19 cases, 3,168 recoveries, 7 deaths
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More than 23 million tests have been carried out across the country so far.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Friday reported 3,407 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, along with 3,168 recoveries. Seven deaths were also reported.
As many as new 131,262 Covid-19 tests were carried out, taking the total number of tests carried out in the country to more than 23 million so far.
The total number of cases in UAE as on January 15 stand at 246,376 while total recoveries are 218,988. Death toll rises to 733.
More than 22.9 million tests have been carried out across the country so far.

Don't block staircases with discarded furniture, Sharjah authority warns

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Don't block staircases with discarded furniture, Sharjah authority warns
(alamy.com/ae)
Violation seen in 80 per cent of the residential buildings inspected in Sharjah.
Discarded furniture blocking emergency exits and corridors has been found to be the most common safety hazard in Sharjah residential buildings, according to the latest inspection report.
In fact, it comprised 80 per cent of the violations recorded by the Sharjah Prevention and Safety Authority (SPSA) as they inspected 4,345 residential buildings in 17 areas in the emirate.
Leaving discarded furniture pieces and other junk in corridors and stairways creates dangerous obstructions during emergency situations where building tenants have to be immediately evacuated, a top SPSA official explained.

UAE lists 30 offences, fines of up to Dh10,000 in new order

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Includes offences for eating and drinking in public during Ramadan, and issuing dud cheques.

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