Council sanitises 12 locations in Mukah
By:Duwin Udih
Date:
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MUKAH: Dalat and Mukah District Council (MDDM) sanitised 12 locations in town on Friday (May 28) in an effort to help contain the spread of Covid-19 infection following an alarming surge in cases at present.

The locations, among others, included the Wet Market, Pasar Tamu (jungle produce market) and Medan Ria.

All the locations were places where many people were found to be converging for their daily routine such as shopping and eating.

The santisation programme involved 19 MDDM Public Health Section staff led by Health and Town Service Section head Mohd Farishan Abdullah.

A source from MDDM said the programme was aimed at preventing the spread of Covid-19 infections at the public places.

The source added it was also meant at containing Covid-19 infection in Mukah district and nearby areas.

The sanitisation process used a mixture of Clorox and water.

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