MUKAH: Authorities here are worried about the Covid-19 situation, believing that a continuous spike in the number of positive cases would result in a lack of space at the quarantine and treatment centre (PKRC).
An enforcement officer said Mukah had over 600 recorded cases so far, although only one was recorded on Monday (May 3).
“Today (Tuesday, May 4) we don’t know how many cases. We don’t want Mukah to be continuously in the Red Zone.
“Please help the hospital as a continuos rise in cases will not be good for the PKRC at Politeknik Mukah here.”
He said this when making a short announcement via a loudhailer while performing enforcement duties with his colleague at the wet market here, Tuesday.
The officer also warned those who have not registered their presence at the business outlets would be issued with a RM1,000 compound.
He urged the public to cooperate with the authorities and pointed out that sufficient warning and advice had been given.