Man With COVID-19 Bracelet Caught In Mahkota Parade?

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A man wearing a COVID-19 bracelet was apparently caught in Melaka flouting home quarantine restrictions.

Find out what happened from the lady who noticed, and reported him to the authorities…


Man With COVID-19 Bracelet Caught In Mahkota Parade?

Sri Suzaidah Masri was shopping when she noticed a man with a pink COVID-19 bracelet. The man hid the bracelet under his watch, but it fell out as he was carrying his child.

When he saw that she noticed his COVID-19 bracelet, he apparently gestured with his hand to his mouth, to show that his family had nothing to eat, and he was just buying groceries.

Man With COVID-19 Bracelet Caught In Mahkota Parade?

She immediately left and looked for the supermarket’s manager, who checked and confirmed that the man was really wearing a pink COVID-19 bracelet.

She then demanded that the manager report the man to the police, as the man’s wife was not wearing a COVID-19 bracelet and could buy food on his behalf.

Although she does not identify the shopping centre, the sign in one of the pictures show that the incident happened at the Mahkota Parade shopping centre in Melaka.

Man With COVID-19 Bracelet Caught In Mahkota Parade? Man With COVID-19 Bracelet Caught In Mahkota Parade?

This was Sri Suzaidah Masri’s original Facebook post in Malay :


Kejadian hari ini : 5/10/2020 (Isnin)
Waktu : 8.30 malam – 9.30 malam

Menggigil badan aku menahan marah.
Dia pakai GELANG PINK weh..

Kitorang tengah pilih ayam,
Ternampak diorang baru masuk.
Gelang pink tu memang takkan nampak kalau pandang dengan mata kasar.

Dia SOROK bawah tali jam tangan.
Kitorang ternampak sebab terpandang dia dokong anak, dan ada terkeluar sesuatu berwarna pink bawah jam tangan dia.
Lelaki kan jam diorang tali besar.. So dia letak gelang tu bawah tali jam.. Sorokkan gelang pink tu..
Sebab tu guard tak nampak..

Ya Allah..
Cepat2 kitorang jalan keluar, tinggalkan barang2 dan pergi jumpa manager..

Manager pergi kat dia, dan cek..
Gelang Pink.

Aku cakap dengan manager.
Dia da masuk pegang sana sini..
U kena call polis. Biar polis selesaikan. Patut dia tak boleh keluar rumah dan tak boleh masuk tempat orang ramai macamni. Ini kalau u lepaskan, lepas tu orang lain pegang2 barang yang dia pegang macamana? Suka hati dia je.

Dan dia tunjuk tanda, geleng2 dan suap ke mulut..
(Xde benda nak makan)

Ya Allah. Banyak je cara boleh cari makan.
Bini kau tak pakai gelang, suruh la beli makan.

Betul2 menyusahkan orang.

Aku ni bawa 2 orang ibu mengandung dan sorang anak kecil tau. Mana pergi otak kau. Memang aku marah sangat. Otak kau memang letak kat tapak kaki

Tak kisah la kau positif ke negatif ke selagi kau pakai gelang pink, kau kena duduk diam2 kat rumah.


Lokasi : Pasaraya melaka area banda hilir.


COVID-19 Quarantine Bracelet : What Is It?

The Malaysia Ministry of Health mandates that those who are under quarantine must wear a COVID-19 quarantine bracelet.

Those under quarantine are not just those who came back from overseas. They can include those who had close contact with COVID-19 patients, or are in administrative MCO areas.

The bracelet will state the place and date of testing. The individual wearing it cannot remove the bracelet, and must stay at home until the quarantine period is over.

Malaysia COVID-19 bracelet

The only exception is if they are the head of the household and need to go out to purchase essential supplies. However, this is only if the other adults in the family are also under quarantine.

Despite the perception that COVID-19 quarantine uses pink bracelets, they come in five coloursred, pink, blue, white and yellow.

The colour of the bracelet depends on the stock available to a particular District Health Office.

Malaysia COVID-19 bracelet colours

The bracelet can only be cut by authorised officers at the District Health Office, after the wearers have completed their quarantine.

The Malaysia Ministry of Health has called for the public to report those who are seen in public with these quarantine bracelets.

However, the public should not name and shame them online, and just report them to the police, as they may have legitimate reasons to be out, like getting an antibody test.


COVID-19 : How To Keep Safe!

Here are a few simple steps to stay safe from COVID-19 :

  • Avoid suspected cases or disease hotpots, like hospitals, if possible!
  • Avoid public events and crowds
  • Keep our hands clean with soap or hand sanitiser
  • Keep our home, office, vehicles, etc. clean
  • If you need to wear a surgical mask, make sure you put it on and remove it properly!
  • Wash your food with water (and soap) after purchase and before preparation

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