Roadblock control post equipped with portable toilet
By:NurhauniLee Abdullah
Date:
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SIBU: The roadblock control post in Sibu Jaya is finally equipped with a portable toilet for frontline workers on duty during the imposition of the enhanced movement control order (EMCO).

According to a source from the Sibu Rural District Council (SRDC), after trying to acquire the facility for two days, they finally managed to receive portable toilet facilities from the Matu Daro District Council (MDDC).

“Thank you to MDDC for caring about our needs in Sibu Jaya.

“We truly appreciate MDDC’s good service, in line with the ‘6 values of SCS’ and the motto of ‘An Honour To Serve’,” he said here, on Monday (Feb 15).

With the facility, he assured that it will be able to ease the frontline workers in carrying out their duties and working for 24 hours at three roadblocks in Sibu Jaya.

“The cheerfulness of the frontliners who are on 24-hour duty can be seen after this. The portable toilet has already arrived and two more units are expected to arrive today (Monday),” he said.

Meanwhile, through a survey conducted by SRDC last Sunday, he noted that the Health Ministry (MOH) task force conducted Covid-19 swab tests house-to-house during the rainy and hot weather.

“We can see their commitment and efforts. Indeed, they are determined to break the Covid-19 chain.

“They are on duty until late in the afternoon and yesterday (Sunday) they finished at 7.30pm.

“As for today (Monday), they have started gathering at 7.30am again,” he explained.

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