We were supposed to be free today; free from this “MCO mental and physical restraint” that has made us all restless beyond our wildest imagination.

But it has to be done. With a cure no where to be found, this is the only way to effective contain the virus, if not overcome it. We have to stay put, refrain from all social interactions before our entire system, whether governance or healthcare, is overwhelmed with numbers we have no way of coping. Staying home is OUR ONLY WEAPON against Covid-19, for now.

And our local enforcers are making sure it stays that way. Moving into the 2nd phase of this Movement Control Order, which begins today till the 14th of April 2020, the Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) Subang Jaya District Headquarters have announced that it would be conducting 24-hour road blocks and road closures at the following locations.

Road blocks:
1. Seafield USJ Toll Plaza
2. Jalan Subang Utama to NPE highway
3. Puchong Selatan Toll Plaza, Batu 14, Puchong
4. PJS 7 Toll Plaza, LDP (Southbound)
5. Putra Heights Toll Plaza, Elite Highway

Road closures:
1. KESAS to USJ 1
2. KESAS to Persiaran Subang USJ 1 (Summit)
3. KESAS to Persiaran Kemajuan
4. From Subang Kelana Link to Persiaran Kewajipan Subang Jaya
5. LDP to Persiaran Kewajipan (from One City Hotel)
6. LDP to Persiaran Kewajiapan (from Persiaran Klang)
7. Persiaran Tujuan to Federal Highway
8. Jalan Persiaran Kemajuan to Federal Highway
9. Shah Alam to Persiaran Tujuan (Federal Highway exit)
10. Kuala Lumpur to Persiaran Tujuan (Federal Highway exit)

Alternative exit routes from Subang Jaya for SS12 and SS19 residents
1. Jalan Persiaran Kemajuan to Subang Kelana Link
2. Jalan Persiaran Tujuan / Persiaran Kewajipan to LDP

Alternative exit routes from Subang Jaya for USJ 1 to USJ 22 residents
1. Persiaran Kewajipan
2. Jalan Persiaran Tujuan
3. Subang Kelana Link
4. LDP
5. Federal Highway

Bandar Sunway residents can still access the LDP and NPE while Putra Heights residents can still use Persiaran Harmoni to LDP route. The LDP route is still accessible for those living around the Bukit Puchong area. Those with further enquiries on the Movement Control Order are encouraged to call the Covid-19 hotline at 03-78627107 or 03-78627108.


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