Millennium Creative Solutions staff attaching the social distancing sticker which the company provides free to any agency or shop.

MUKAH: Inspired by the efforts of overseas retailers, Millennium Creative Solutions adopted the same idea to provide free social distancing stickers to various agencies, companies and shops here.

Its owner Norazryn Abdul Rahman when contacted said her company took the initiative to help curb the spread of Covid-19.

“We get this inspiration from overseas retailers (who are also trying to stop the spread of Covid-19 in their respective countries).

“Recognising the importance of social distancing, we are working on the similar initiative, hoping that the spread of Covid-19 in Sarawak will stop (or at least decrease),” she explained.

According to her, the sticker design is available online as they want to act fast to encourage the public to maintain social distance with each other, especially when in a crowded place.

“So far, we received many orders from banks, supermarkets and eateries, and today we have also been contacted by the hospital here which requires 100 pieces of stickers,” she added.

The effectiveness of the sticker is proven when members of the public are seen maintaining their social distance.