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SGH seeks help to trace patient’s kin

KUCHING: The Sarawak General Hospital (SGH) is seeking public...

Three discharged, acquitted on robbery case

KUCHING: Three friends breathed a sigh of relief when...

A stray baby lizard caught

KUCHING: A baby lizard that barged into the kitchen...

136 conferred state awards, medals

KUCHING: As many as 136 people were conferred various...

Opening of tourism sector lauded

KUCHING: The proposal by Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin to ease travel restrictions for those who have completed both doses of the Covid-19...

Nickholas is now selling fish at home

KUCHING: During the movement control order (MCO), times are hard for everyone.  Some businesses have come to a complete halt while others are left with...

No police permit needed for essential services’ workers

KUCHING: Only workers in the essential services sector during the movement control order (MCO), are exempted from needing police permit to travel between districts...

Businesses take hit from SOP travel change

KUCHING: Movement between zones was changed to districts effective May 31, and the Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) said the decision was made after...

Stopped right on their tracks!

MUKAH: Seven individuals were caught red-handed for standard operating procedure (SOP) violation when attempting to travel across districts, here yesterday (June 1). Mukah police chief Deputy Superintendent Muhamad Rizal Alias said today (June 2) the compound was issued between 7am and 3pm at a roadblock in Kampung Jebungan, here. He said the offenders were compounded for having more than the designated amount of passengers in a vehicle as well as failure to provide inter-district travel permits issued by the police. "Six compounds were issued for carrying passengers in excess of the set limit of two persons in a vehicle. "One compound was issued for failure to provide travel permits from the police for inter-district movement," he said, adding that all offences were under Regulation 17 (1) of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Measures within Infected Local Areas)(No.2) 2021. Muhamad Rizal said stricter enforcement will be implemented, including issuing compounds to individuals flouting the SOPs throughout the duration of the movement control order (MCO). He also reminded the people to first obtain their inter-district travel permit from the police before attempting to cross districts.

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