EUROCHAM Malaysia welcomes the recent decision of the Malaysian Government to enforce stricter SOPs in order to cope with the increasing number of COVID-19 infections, while not implementing a full lockdown. We recognize the challenges of balancing life and livelihood during these unprecedented times. In this context, the business community has and will continue to play a significant role in reducing the spread of the virus and flattening the curve.
EUROCHAM Malaysia and the business community in Malaysia are committed to flattening the curve and fighting the pandemic together with the Malaysian people and government.
We are constantly enhancing our communication efforts with EU industry players to ensure that all SOPs have been understood by our members and thereby enable them to fully comply. In addition, we did and will continue to promote all vaccination opportunities to our community. Based on current feedback, EU businesses in Malaysia have been operating and adhering to the highest health and safety standards to avoid further workplace infections. Furthermore, companies continue to update and improve on their internal SOPs and communication with the respective Health Departments to ensure that the industry plays a positive and constructive role in breaking the chain for the safety and wellbeing of everyone involved.
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