Only “Low Risk” and “Casual Contact Low Risk” patrons allowed to enter complexes or premises in Sarawak

Shoppers are now required to adhere to a strict two-hour time limit when shopping. File Photo

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By Ling Hui

KUCHING, May 24: All business complexes and premises should check and only allow patrons or customers with the statuses of “Low Risk” and “Casual Contact Low Risk” in their MySejahtera applications to enter their buildings.

This is the latest announcement by the State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) in the tightened standard operating procedure (SOP) for Sarawak’s Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) today which is to be effective starting tomorrow (May 25) until June 7.


SDMC said those with the MySejahtera statuses of “Close Contact”, “Person Under Surveillance” or “Patient Under Investigation” must all be banned from entering any premises.

The committee emphasised that these individuals must be reported to the respective Divisional Health Offices as well.

“Premises owners should limit the number of customers in the premises with physical distancing of at least one metre from each other, and display the maximum number of customers in the premises at any one time,” it said in the SOP statement last updated today.

The queue number system is also encouraged to be used at complexes and premises for incoming patrons. — DayakDaily