KUCHING, May 15 — The State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) today has decided to extend the conditional movement control order (CMCO) for Sarawak from May 18 (12.01am) to June 7 (11.59pm).
“This decision is made after assessing the Covid-19 situation in the state, where positive cases are still high.
“The complete information regarding the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) will be posted on the National Security Council (MKN) website,” it said in a statement.
The CMCO had originally been extended in Sarawak until May 17.
SDMC also said that several villages and longhouses in the state have been placed under enhanced movement control order (EMCO).
Two villages in Bintulu, namely Kampung Jabai and Kampung Hulu Sebauh, are undergoing EMCO from May 14 to 27.
Four longhouses are undergoing EMCO from May 15 to 31. They are Rh. Ayup, Nangga Lassi Mit in Julau, Rh. Nyandang Lasi in Julau, Rh. Berayun, Sg Nansang Tugong in Pakan, and Rh. Douglas Jenuang, Pakan.
Meanwhile, four locations will have their EMCO extended. They are Rh. Jali and Rh Lanyau, both at Jalan Bukit Dinding-Bergerik in Mukah (from May 16 to 23); Rh. Gana, Kemantan in Sarikei (May 18 to 23); and Rh. Lat, Sungai Anggie Atas Bayong, Sarikei (May 18 to 23).
SDMC also declared the end to the EMCO for 10 locations.
These are the rented rooms above Guardian Medan Sentral, Bintulu; Rh. Lampoh anak Dana, Sg Mas, KM25 Jalan Bintulu-Tatau, Bintulu; Rh. Sam anak Sumbang, Sg Mas KM25, Jalan Bintulu-Tatau, Bintulu; Rh. Elbert anak Mejang, Sg Stam Rasan, Tubau, Sebauh; Rh. Mabong anak Juwat, Sg Stam Rasan, Tubau, Sebauh; Rh. Nelson anak Gima, Kuala Setiam, Jalan Pesisir Kuala Tatau, Tatau; Rh. Nyalu anak Tabor, Sungai Sedarah, Tatau; Rh. Saran anak Belang, Nanga Tau, Tatau; and Rh. Jungan anak Mitoh, Sg Mas KM25 Jalan Bintulu-Tatau, Bintulu; and Jalan Bukut Balingian Mukah (covering Rh. Belayong, Rh. Muda, Rh. Tepi, Rh. Minggu and Rh. Undum). — Borneo Post Online