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CMCO In Sabah Extended For Another Two Weeks

CMCO In Sabah Extended For Another Two Weeks

As of 23 October, Sabah has 6,827 active cases with 16 red zones.

Kirat Kaur

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The Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Sabah has been extended for another two weeks, announced Senior Minister (Defence) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

During the National Security Council’s (MKN) daily press conference, Ismail Sabri explained that the decision was made after monitoring the unabating Covid-19 situation in the state.

Sabah’s second CMCO will begin on 27 October and continue for 14 days until 9 November.

At the same time, Ismail Sabri also announced that two localities in Tawau – Taman Semarak and PPR Balung- will be placed under Enhanced MCO (EMCO) beginning 26 October (Monday) until 10 November 2020.

All residents in EMCO cannot exit the lockdown area while schools, religious institutions and social places will be closed. Residents are only allowed to leave their homes to buy groceries and essentials.

The state was initially placed under CMCO beginning 13 October and set to end on 26 October.

As of 23 October, Sabah has 6,827 active cases with 16 red zones.


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