SHAH ALAM, Sept 30 — Selangor Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari has today chaired the State Executive Council meeting via online as he begins working from home while undergoing quarantine.
Amirudin through his Facebook page informed that the state administration is running as usual by adapting to the new norms.
“The meeting was joined by two new state executive councillors, Borhan Aman Shah and Mohd Zawawi Ahmad Mughni, who had taken their oath as members of the State Executive Council (MMKN),” he said.
Following his return from Sabah on Monday, Amirudin had yesterday tested negative for Covid-19 but will undergo quarantine and work from home at the Menteri Besar’s official residence, here, as a precautionary measure.
He will also undergo scheduled Covid-19 screenings to ensure he is free from the infection before resuming his duty.
The Menteri Besar’s Office yesterday said that Amirudin will be chairing the state’s administration meetings via online until October 4.
The statement also stated that all events involving the public will be represented by the respective state executive councillors.
Amirudin had travelled to Sabah since September 22 to assist the Pakatan Harapan campaign in the Sabah state election.
The Health Ministry had instructed all individuals returning from Sabah between September 27 and October 10 to undergo the mandatory Covid-19 testing and home quarantine.