Mid Valley Megamall in Kuala Lumpur has recorded its second COVID-19 case after a tenant's employee tested positive
The employee had informed the company on Saturday, 10 October, of multiple COVID-19 cases in the apartment where he lives
Machines immediately arranged for the staff's testing and self quarantine and just received the results of the test today.
They added that the employee had not been at work since clocking out on Thursday, 8 October.
The Machines outlet in Mid Valley will be closed for disinfection and cleaning until further notice
The company assured that they are working closely with the Ministry of Health (MOH) to identify the affected employee's close contacts to also undergo testing and quarantine.
"We shall be conducting wider precautionary testing in the interest of the safety of our employees and customers," reads the statement.
"We would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone to adhere to MOH's and the National Security Council's guidelines and standard operating procedures (SOPs) to deter the spread of the disease and keep our community safe."
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