Penang’s Famous Nasi Kandar Restaurant, Hameediyah Fined RM10,000 For Breaching SOPs

With more relaxations being announced for fully vaccinated individuals, we are all adapting to a new normal once again. However, despite all these relaxations, one thing we are constantly reminded of is to always comply with the SOPs. Hameediyah, a famous Nasi Kandar restaurant in Penang has been fined RM10,000 for breaching SOPs.


Hameediyah Restaurant Fined RM10,000 For Breaching SOPs

The over 100-year-old Nasi Kandar restaurant in Penang has been slapped with an RM10,000 compound today, the 15th of October. This was for failing to comply with the standard operating procedures (SOPs).

Hameediyah PenangPhoto: @alifzamre (Instagram)

According to the compound issued, the restaurant owner had failed to ensure that his employees scan the MySejahtera QR code. It is mandatory for all employees and patrons of a restaurant to check-in via scanning the QR code on the MySejahtera app.

Hameediyah Fined RM10,000

On a side note, Hameediyah is the oldest Nasi Kandar restaurant in Malaysia and was even awarded this title in Malaysia’s Guinness Book of Records. 

Hameediyah Oldest Nasi Kandar in MalaysiaPhoto: @oldestnasikandarinmalaysia (Facebook)

Always Adhere By The SOPs

So fellow Penangites, whenever you’re out at any establishment, remember to always adhere to the SOPs. This is to keep yourself and those around you safe. Take care and always stay safe.

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