Penang will be re-approved for dine-in from next Monday (May 18).
他说，为了方便饮食业者遵守标准作业程序，槟州政府将推介名为Penang Contact Tracer（PGCare）的接触追踪系统。
“该系统不仅省时、减少触碰，同时也确保客户的资料安全，并不会被滥用。PGCare只记录客户的名字及联络号码。除了州政府，所有人包括商家都无法取阅所有资料。”他补充，唯有在卫生部要求下，州政府才会取阅有关资料，以作为新冠肺炎的追踪调查。所有的数据资料只能保留30天，并在槟州卫生局的批准下自动删除。“因此，我呼吁商家及人民好好地使用该系统。我们之所以执行有关标准作业程序，是因为我们爱自己、家人还有社区，就如PGCare的名称一样。”他指出，PGCare应用程式是通过公私合作伙伴关系所推出的一个项目，这也是数字槟城（Digital Penang）于4月20日所举办的虚拟圆桌会议中的成果之一。他也表示，这意味著，从下周一开始，槟州将全面执行有条件行动管制令（PKPB），与国家安全理事会所批准的所有领域一致。他提醒，虽然槟州已全面开放在有条件行管令（PKPB）下获准运作的领域，但还是要呼吁大家继续遵守标准作业程序，以及公共卫生措施，包括保持社交距离、戴口罩、用肥皂洗手和观察新冠肺炎的症状 。他也欣慰地宣布，“槟州阶段性恢复策略”获得了公共卫生专家，包括马来亚大学病毒学家拿督林世杰的认可，而国防部高级部长拿督斯里依斯迈沙比里近日宣布，槟州的遵守率高达98%，与彭亨及马六甲一同成为全马遵守率最高的州属。
Penang Chief Minister announced that all restaurants in Penang will be re-approved for dine-in from next Monday (May 18).He said at a press conference today that the Penang State Executive Council made this decision on May 13, and the local government law enforcement officials will work with the executive members of the Penang local government and the Penang Health Bureau to formulate the second phase of open dining Related guidelines.He said that in order to facilitate the catering industry to comply with standard operating procedures, the Penang state government will introduce a contact tracking system called Penang Contact Tracer (PGCare).
“Businesses can log in to the system through www.pgcare.my or www.penanglawancovid19.com . The PGCare app allows merchants to record customer information in a simple three-step process, which also meets the requirements of the National Security Council. “
He pointed out that these steps include scanning the QR code, filling in the information, and showing it to the merchant after completion.”The system not only saves time and reduces touch, but also ensures that the customer’s information is safe and will not be misused. PGCare only records the customer’s name and contact number. Except for the state government, everyone, including businesses, cannot access all information. “He added that only at the request of the Ministry of Health will the state government obtain the relevant information as a follow-up investigation of new coronary pneumonia. All data can only be kept for 30 days and will be automatically deleted with the approval of Penang Health Bureau.
“Therefore, I call on businesses and people to use the system properly. The reason why we implement the relevant standard operating procedures is because we love ourselves, family members, and communities, just like the name of PGCare.”
He pointed out that the PGCare app is a project launched through a public-private partnership, which is also one of the results of the digital round table held by Digital Penang on April 20.
He also said that this means that starting next Monday, Penang will fully implement the Conditional Action Control Order (PKPB), which is consistent with all areas approved by the National Security Council.
He reminded that although Penang has fully opened up the areas that are allowed to operate under the PKPB, it still calls on everyone to continue to follow standard operating procedures and public health measures, including maintaining social distance, wearing masks, and using soap Wash your hands and observe the symptoms of new coronary pneumonia.
He was also pleased to announce that the “Penang State Phased Recovery Strategy” has been endorsed by public health experts, including virologist Datuk Lim of the University of Malaya, while the senior minister of defense, Datuk Seri Isman Sabri, recently Announced that Penang has a compliance rate of 98%, together with Pahang and Malacca has become the state with the highest compliance rate in Malaysia.