Massive Crowd Swarms KLCC PPV: Cluster Waiting To Happen? #en

Written by: Robin SY
Date: Thursday, 29 July 2021
Location: KLCC PPV

Massive crowds were spotted yesterday outside KLCC as hundreds of foreigners swarmed the vaccination centres for their appointments. It was an alarming sight as there was no physical distancing whatsoever that was being adhered to, and instead, the crowd were packed like sardines. It’s another unnecessary cluster that is waiting to happen. This without a doubt raised concerns among netizens as Malaysia has been averaging around 15,000 daily cases. Just yesterday, Malaysia recorded an all-time high of 17,405 cases, with a record high 42 clusters two days ago as well.

As seen from the image above, the queue stretched up to 2km long from the entrance of KLCC as the foreigners were lining up to get their vaccinations. Following the incident, the police (PDRM) have since advised employers to ensure that their workers arrive for their vaccinations according to their allocated appointment slots to avoid overcrowding. “Many foreign workers from Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Negeri Sembilan will be sent to the KLCC centre… employers are asked not to send them too early and to follow their appointments,” Dang Wangi district police chief ACP Mohamad Zainal Abdullah said in a statement.

A netizen on Twitter also alleged that the long queues have been a fairly common sight for the last three days.

“This is my everyday route to go to my building from LRT KLCC so can you imagine these three days I’ve been facing this situation. I’m scared!”

There have already been cases of PPV staff testing positive therefore understandably there is a growing concern that something similar may happen again at the KLCC Vaccination Centre. As the Covid-19 situation in the country is currently at its worst during this period, the rakyat is encouraged to continue adhering to the SOPs and to stay safe.

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Hats Off To Malaysia’s PPV Vaccination Centres

Written by: Robin SY
As reported by: Adammyrehab
Date: 10:00 AM, Friday, 23 July 2021
Location: Bukit Jalil PPV

Just last week, the daily number of vaccine doses administered surpassed 500,000 for the first time. This comes as Malaysia has been rapidly ramping up its vaccination rate as the daily confirmed cases have been averaging around the 13,000 mark. The National Covid-19 Immunization Programme has been criticized as many Malaysians have yet to receive their appointments, for its slow roll-outs, website and MySejahtera glitches, including a long list of other reasons. However, credit has to be given where it’s due as the experience and the efficiency of the whole vaccination process at the vaccination centres (PPV) have been seriously impressive.

Clean, efficient, friendly, and rapid, it is admirable considering that the country is vaccinating hundreds of thousands of recipients every single day. For many, it took less than 20 minutes to receive their jabs. The health personnel and staff on duty were friendly and always ready to help those in need of any assistance. For those that are worried about being unfamiliar with where you should go and what is required of you when you arrive at the vaccination centres, you do not have to worry at all as you will be assisted throughout the whole process from the very moment you arrive at your respective vaccination centres.

Before getting vaccinated, the health personnel administering your vaccine will inform you of the dosage and the name of the vaccine to ensure that you are being inoculated with the correct one. This has become a requirement following recent incidents of recipients being inoculated with a reduced dosage and also empty syringes. That being said, do ensure that you properly check the syringe and the vaccine that you will be receiving as well to be certain. Khairy also confirmed last Friday that you will be allowed to record your vaccination process not just for memory’s sake, but also as a way to avoid ‘empty syringe’ incidents.

As much as the staff and operations deserve to be lauded for its systematic, smooth process, the rakyat (recipients) deserve to be praised as well. Recipients can be seen adhering to the SOPs and being at their appointments on time to ensure that congestion is avoided and also to ensure that the overall vaccination process can be smooth. As seen in the video above, a recipient can even be seen taking extra measures to disinfect the chair using a spray gun. Physical distancing is also ensured to avoid contact with others as much as possible. Recipients are also advised to bring their own pens as they will be required to fill up a consent form. Most recipients were not aware of this, especially during the first opt-in vaccination for the AstraZeneca jab hence pens were being passed around and it’s generally something that should be avoided.

As of 23 July 2021, a third of Malaysia (33.4%) have been vaccinated with at least one dose, which is certainly encouraging. Walk-in vaccinations will also soon be available for those living in Klang Valley who have yet to receive their jabs, which is an important move as the majority of cases in Malaysia have been reported in the Klang Valley alone. That being said, it is important that the rakyat continues to be vigilant by adhering to the SOPs. We as Malaysians have come so far, feeling extremely fatigued as we have been dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic for over a year now where the current situation is at its worst. Let’s hope that the vaccination speed will ramp up and continue at this rate, as the faster the vaccination rate, the sooner we’ll be able to achieve herd immunity.

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Lack of SOP compliance captured at UM Medical Centre! #en

As reported by: Paul
Incident Date: 12:30 PM, Thursday, 27 May 2021
Location: University Malaya Medical Centre (PPUM)

Scanning the MySejahtera code wherever we go has become a common routine for us Malaysians. Not scanning it means getting slapped with a RM10,000 fine and we’ve already seen big names such as Najib and Mahathir being guilty of this.

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What if there’s no one monitoring whether the members of the public are checking-in using MySejahtera and getting their temperatures scanned? That’s exactly what’s been happening at the University Malaya Medical Centre (PPUM).

As seen from the video below, members of the public can be seen zooming past the entrance and blatantly breaching the SOPs. To make matters worse, there was no one there to monitor the people entering, meaning that any contact tracing as well as classification of risk-assessments can be difficult if anyone entering the building is found to be tested positive.

One man was even seen casually using his palm to scan his temperature, despite the MOH’s advice to scan the forehead instead. It’s surprising, as we’ve been dealing with this pandemic for over a year now, and even KKM has mentioned that scanning with other parts of the body are not effective nor an accurate method of measurement.

We the rakyat often criticise high-profile ministers for violating the SOPs but it is evident that many members of the public are doing the same as well. We should all strive to be better, not only for ourselves, but also for those around us and even for the sake of Malaysia.

Just today, Malaysia recorded 7,857 new cases alone, the highest ever number recorded to date. Many mistakes have led us down this road, there’s no better time than now for us to wake up and start making the pandemic our priority. Let’s all come together to stamp out Covid-19.

We at Newswav urge everyone to adhere to the SOPs and to stay safe especially during this critical period of the pandemic.

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Driver Smashes Into Concrete Barrier Trying to Avoid Myvi

As reported by: Yeap Chun Seang
Incident Date: 7:20 PM, Saturday, 1 May 2021
Location: Island Plaza, Penang

On Saturday evening, two were involved in an accident beside the Island Plaza mall in Penang. It is believed that the incident took place after two vehicles attempted to avoid one another.

As seen in the photos above, the Mini Cooper ended up running into a concrete barrier, causing massive damage to the vehicle. Meanwhile, the Myvi can be seen running off over a ledge in the middle of the road, and running into the back of another vehicle.

The victims involved were the driver of a Mini Cooper and an elderly couple in a Perodua Myvi, both of the latter suffered minor injuries and bleeding. A woman from the Myvi was seen in shock and had trouble forming words immediately after the crash, whilst the man reportedly injured his right arm. Fortunately, no casualties were reported in the 7:20pm incident.

According to reports, the Myvi at quite some speed, was making a turn out into the path of the oncoming Mini Cooper, unbeknownst to the latter who was driving at a relatively high-speed on the road of Jalan Seri Tanjung Pinang. In an attempt to avoid a collision, they both swerved in the opposite directions, the heavy rain made matters worse as both cars skidded in their attempts and ended up crashing in opposite directions.

The Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) and the paramedics soon arrived at the scene to assist the victims as well as provide medical treatment for their injuries. The incident led to a massive traffic jam in the area, and the scene was eventually cleared once aid was provided by EMT.

We’d like to urge everyone to stay safe on the roads and to always be vigilant and aware of your surroundings at all times.

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Massive Tree Topples Onto Oncoming Traffic! Driver Killed On The Spot

As reported by: Wayne Cheah
Incident Date: 8:30 AM, Tuesday, 27 April 2021
Location: Jalan Perak, George Town, Penang

Earlier this morning, a gargantuan tree along a road collapsed towards a busy road. The tree plummeted right on top of an oncoming Proton Wira, crushing the driver of the vehicle.

As seen in the video below, citizens rushed to the scene in an attempt to recover the driver.

Emergency medical personnel were quick to the scene, however, the tree proved to be too massive and the Bomba was called to the scene in an attempt to cut the tree down into smaller portions in order to remove the driver from the vehicle.

In the aforementioned video, chainsaws can be heard as they attempted to work as quickly as possible to provide aid to the driver. It was reported that recovery works took over 5-6 hours.

Unfortunately, it was reported that the driver of the Proton Wira passed away on scene. The sole casualty is believed to be a male in his 50s.

It seems that due to the torrential weather that the country has been experiencing in the past few weeks, we’re seeing more and more reports of collapsing trees getting involved with motor vehicles.

However, this particular case was allegedly due to the accumulation of continuous road works around the area. As seen in the images, the roots of the tree are particularly short, prompting suggestions that the roots were cut during construction works, causing the tree to be unstable and more prone to tipping, especially during such weather.

Our condolences go out to the families affected by this unfortunate tragedy.

We’d like to urge our readers to stay safe on the roads and to always be aware and alert of your surroundings at all times. Stay safe out there.

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Lorry Flips Over on Sg. Besi Highway!

As reported by: Adammyrehab
Incident Date: 1:11 PM, Monday, 19 April 2021
Location: Sungai Besi Highway, Kuala Lumpur

Earlier this afternoon, a trailer was seen flipped over along the Sungai Besi highway.

As seen in the video below, the truck was flipped over its side along an exit, causing the entire exit to be obstructed. Cars were seen being redirected towards a different road by policemen that arrived on scene.

It is suspected that the lorry flipped because the driver was speeding and lost control when attempting to make a turn towards the exit.

At this time it is unknown if the driver sustained any injuries, or what the lorry was carrying when it flipped.

Drivers may want to avoid the highway in case the road is still closed off, which may cause congestion later in evening.

We’d like to remind everyone to be safe on the roads and to drive at safe speeds, better safe than sorry!

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“So What?” Irresponsible Citizen Illegally Dumps Mountains Of Rubbish Off Cliff

As reported by: Wong KJ
Incident Date: 17 March 2021
Location: Jalan Sungai Tekali, Hulu Langat

A man was caught on camera casually dumping a whopping 20 bags of rubbish down a cliff.

As seen from the video below, the driver parked his Proton Persona by the roadside and began tossing out bags after bags of rubbish from his car. The culprit seemed carefree and did not seem to think that what he was doing was reprehensible at all.

It is also reported that this particular area has been a common spot for illegal dumping as the area is secluded by trees as well as mountains, making it a perfect spot to carry out these irresponsible acts.

No known action was taken against the culprit but the authorities would definitely need to start monitoring the area more closely and start taking action. As we all know, illegal dumping is not new and has certainly been a common occurrence in Malaysia but there has been minimal effort to prevent this issue.

Similarly, the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) is offering a RM350 cash reward for individuals who report illegal dumping activities in areas under its jurisdiction. So, don’t let their actions go unpunished and alert the relevant authorities.

Regardless, we at Newswav urge the public to be responsible and dispose of your rubbish properly.

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“Zombie Apocalypse” At Mid Valley As Crazy Sneakerheads Seemingly Breaches SOP

Date: 3:00 AM Thursday, 11 March 2021
Location: Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur

On the 11th of March, a famous Japanese high fashion shoe store named Atmos made its much-anticipated launch in Mid Valley. The excitement and dedication of fashion shoe enthusiasts were so overwhelming as they started lining up in front of the Atmos store since 3am in the morning! However, it was a worrying site as eager shoe enthusiasts were seen blatantly breaching the SOPs.

Pictures and videos posted by KLSole were circulating on Facebook showing large crowds, restlessly waiting for the opening of the new store. Some of these footages paint an awfully worrying scene, especially when the pandemic is still a health threat to the world, as people are seen sardined together with minimal physical distancing being practiced. The crowd was so large to a point that even security guards were having trouble with crowd control! In one photo, a crowd of people were seen running towards the store with a security guard rushing to contain them. Talk about a warzone!

If you’re still unable to imagine how dedicated these crowds of shoe enthusiasts were, it was reported that the line was so long that it reached the car park!

Once the shutter was finally open, people rushed in and quickly grabbed their desired sneakers. One man even walked briskly across the store with an arm full of sneakers! What a sight to behold.

Believe it or not, this Atmos store in Mid Valley is actually not the first to be opened in Malaysia. Atmos first launched their debut in KLCC back in August 2020. For the Japanese shoe brand to decide to launch another branch in Malaysia within its first year of debut, it seems that their KLCC branch is doing very well.

Considering the number of people present and the time they started to queue up (reminder: 3am in the morning!), there’s no denying that they are surely dedicated. However, do you this is the wisest way to go about getting the latest kicks, especially during a worldwide pandemic?

We at Newswav would like to remind you to be safe and always adhere to the SOP guidelines. 

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Riot breaks out at restaurant in KL, 11 men involved

Incident Date: 9:30 PM, Sunday, 28 February 2021
Location: Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Kuala Lumpur

Photos and videos of a group of men rioting and causing havoc in front of a restaurant began circulating on social media last night. It showed several men throwing objects and shouting at the restaurant staff while bystanders stood around watching.

The story goes that 11 men showed up to the restaurant at 9:30 p.m., hoping to catch a late night snack. Unfortunately, current SOPs only allow eateries to open up till 10 p.m. and as such, the restaurant staff conveyed the message that they were no longer serving food.

However, it is believed that the group of men were unhappy that they were turned away by the restaurant, so they started harassing the restaurant staff. A scuffle then broke out between the two parties, but not long after, as seen in the videos above, they began throwing tables and chairs at not only the staff, but the eatery itself. Chaos ensued and havoc was wrecked around the restaurant in general.

Bystanders were quick to alert authorities, and as reported by Harian Metro, police have arrested 3 out of 11 individuals that were involved in the fight.

Kuala Lumpur Chief of Police Datuk Saiful Azly Kamaruddin said the three suspects were arrested through an operation at 1am.

Datuk Saiful also added that the  authorities are tracking down the 8 other individuals involved for investigation according to Section 147 of the Penal Code, for rioting without weapons.

Thankfully, it seems that the restaurant staff were able to avoid any major injuries. Here’s a reminder to dine a little earlier if possible, and to not take your frustrations out on food service workers, or anyone for that matter!

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