CMS employee tests negative

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KUCHING: Cahya Mata Sarawak Berhad (CMS) said its employee who was a person-under-investigation (PUI) connected to the Kuching Engineering Cluster has tested negative for Covid-19.

As a result, CMS headquarters at Wisma Mahmud will reopen for business in strict compliance with existing standard operating procedures (SOPs) with effect from today (July 15).

CMS Group managing director Datuk Isaac Lugun reiterated that there was no Covid-19 case within CMS Group and they urged everyone with the group and the general public to remain calm.

“We confirm that we have been adhering strictly to all Covid-19 SOPs and guidelines right from the onset of the movement control order across the entire CMS Group,” he said in a statement on Tuesday (July 14).

Moving forward, CMS will continue to strictly comply with all SOPs and guidelines, and this includes having only 50 percent of its workforce at their premises on any certain day as well as conducting daily temperature checks and making health declarations, he said.

“We will also continue to ensure mandatory mask wearing and social distancing while no outside visitors will be allowed at our office premises, among our other SOPs,” he said.

He said CMS is committed to upholding an honest and transparent work culture and they will continue to remain open in all its dealings with all their stakeholders.

“We would like to reaffirm that the health and well-being of all our employees and members of the public are our utmost priority and that we will continue to be vigilant in our efforts to help contain the spread of Covid-19,” said Isaac.

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