MBKS staff get lunch boxes in effort to encourage takeaway practices

Wee (third left) handing over the lunch box and water bottle to one of his staff in a simple ceremony held at MBKS headquarters, here today.

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KUCHING, April 29: A total of 693 Kuching South City Council (MBKS) staff received sets of lunch boxes and water bottles to encourage takeaway practices during the pandemic.

MBKS mayor Dato Wee Hong Seng in a press statement today said the move was part of the efforts in flattening the Covid-19 curve, sponsored by the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Padawan and Elianware.2

“With these reusable lunch boxes and water bottles, it can be fully used by the staff during this pandemic as the Council is encouraged to use it for takeaway food.


“This is one of the ways for us to assist in flattening the Covid-19 curve,” he said.

On the same note, Dato Wee reminded the public, as well as business owners, to always abide by the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) laid by the State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC).

“We need to work together to end this pandemic. Be very vigilant and stay safe no matter where you go. Love your family and keep them safe. Play your part as a responsible person and let’s fight the virus together,” he added. — DayakDaily