Jaya Grocer Intermark : Cashier Positive For COVID-19!

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Jaya Grocer just announced that a cashier at their Intermark store tested positive for COVID-19!

Find out what happened, and if you should be concerned!


Jaya Grocer Intermark : Cashier Positive For COVID-19!

On 14 January 2021, Jaya Grocer announced that a cashier at their Intermark store tested positive for COVID-19.

The cashier last reported to work on 12 January 2021, and got himself tested on 13 January 2021 after feeling unwell. He tested positive on 14 January 2021.

Jaya Grocer Intermark : Cashier Positive For COVID-19!

Jaya Grocer closed their Intermark outlet on 15 January 2021, to perform deep cleaning and sanitisation.

They also sent all their Intermark staff for a swab test, and will reopen on 16 January 2021 at 9 AM.

That makes it the 5th Jaya Grocer outlet to be affected by COVID-19, after KL East Mall, Glo Damansara, KLIA2, Mutiara Tropicana, and 1 Utama.


Jaya Grocer Intermark COVID-19 Exposure : Official Statement

Here is the official statement by Jaya Grocer on the COVID-19 exposure at their Intermark store.

Dear Valued Customers,

It is with a heavy heart that we must inform you that one of our cashiers at Jaya Grocer The Intermark Mall tested positive for COVID-19 on 14 January 2021. This staff last reported to work on 12 January 2021 and dutifully submitted himself for testing on 13 January 2021 after reporting that he felt unwell to his supervisor.

Please rest assured that:
1. Jaya Grocer The Intermark Mall will be closed on 15 January 2021 for cleaning and sanitising in accordance with the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health
2. The aforementioned staff and all of his close contacts have been quarantined
3. All other staff at Jaya Grocer The Intermark Mall will be undergoing the swab test

We will re-open for business on Saturday, 16 January 2021 at 9am.

The safety of our customers and staff remains our utmost priority. Thank you for your continuous support. Please stay safe and healthy.



Jaya Grocer Intermark COVID-19 Case : What’s The Risk?

The risk would depend on whether the affected cashier wore a face mask properly, maintained physical distance from customers and co-workers, as well as good hand hygiene.

It would also depend a lot on whether customers who came into contact wore their face masks properly, and practiced good hand hygiene.

The Ministry of Health will no doubt be tracing contacts, and those identified as close contacts will be asked to self-quarantine and get tested.

This case reinforces the importance of contact tracing, as well as the MySejahtera mobile app which logs the movements of its users.

While shopping malls and all other public premises offer physical logbooks, we highly recommend that you use MySejahtera, because it allows for easier and faster contact tracing.

Using MySejahtera also obviates the need to sign a physical logbook, which usually means using a shared pen – an unnecessary risk factor.

COVID-19 is easily destroyed by soap, so even a simple cleaning operation will definitely clean the store of any infectious particles.

However, it is critical that you wear a face mask in public at all times, as they greatly reduce the risk of infection.

You should also maintain good hand hygiene by cleaning with soap and water, or a hand sanitiser.


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