17 localities in Subis, Limbang, Betong, Lundu, Mukah, Belaga, Sri Aman, Lubok Antu and Bintulu placed under EMCO

A police roadblock in place at one of the villages undergoing the EMCO. File Photo

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KUCHING, Aug 28: Another 17 localities in Subis, Limbang, Betong, Lundu, Mukah, Belaga, Sri Aman, Lubok Antu and Bintulu are placed under Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) implementation.

According to the State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) in a statement today, in Subis, for four localities, namely Rh. Changgai Anak Dali in Ulu Niah, Rh. Belilie Anak Lium in Sg. Tama Ulu Niah, Rh. Juan Anak Bedaru in Sungai Gelasah Suai, and Rh. Maxwell Anak Tambi in Sungai Libau along Miri-Bintulu road, the two-week EMCO starts today (Aug 28) and will run until Sept 11, 2021,

The same period of EMCO implementation is also applied to one locality in Limbang, involving Rh. Sandin in Kampung Merajang which is from Aug 28 until Sept 11, 2021.

For six localities in Lundu, Bau and Betong, the two-week EMCO implementation will start tomorrow (Aug 29) until Sept 11, 2021, involving Kampung Keranji and Kampung Serayan Hulu, both in Lundu and Kampung Hulu in Spaoh, Rh. Gindu in Lubau Baru as well as in Rh. Aka in Ng. Tapih of Betong.

In two localities at Mukah, namely in Kg Sungai Alo and Kg. Sungai Alo Resettlement Scheme, the EMCO will start on Aug 30 until Sept 12, 2021.

In four localities involving Rh. Lat in Sungai Munau of Belaga, Rh. Lindang in Lachau Ili Pantu of Sri Aman, Rh. Imau in Kampung Tanjung Engkelili of Lubok Antu and Lorong 9 in Taman YTD of Bintulu, the EMCO implementation has begun since Aug 27 and will run for a period of 14 days until Sept 9, 2021.

On the same note, the committee also announced the end of EMCO implemented in four localities today (Aug 28, 2021).

The affected localities are Rh. Sudin in Nanga Sipan and Rh. Bana in Nanga Kebiaw, both of Song, Uma Bawan in Sungai Asap of Belaga, and Datang Jaya Enterprise’s rented room in Bintulu. — DayakDaily