Seven localities in Meradong, Limbang, Saratok, Kabong, Sebauh, Sri Aman added to EMCO list

A file photo of a stop sign placed before the entrance to an area under Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO).

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KUCHING, Sept 27: Seven localities in Meradong, Limbang, Saratok, Kabong, Sebauh and Sri Aman were put under the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO).

According to the State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) in its daily Covid-19 report today, Rh Mawar in Batu 6 along KJD road, Meradong, will be under lockdown from today until Oct 6.

Rh Balaki in Drau Ulu Kaki Wong Krian of Saratok, and Rh Rajak in Sg Padi Batan Binjai of Kabong will be under EMCO from tomorrow until Oct 8, while Rh Jampong in Melaban of Limbang, will be under lockdown from tomorrow until Oct 7.


In Sebauh, Rh Matthew Anak Selutan in Sungai Sarau along the Sebauh-Pandan road, and Rh Jilan Anak Agam in Sungai Sekubong along the Sebauh-Bintulu road have been under lockdown since Sept 25 and will remain so until Oct 4.

Rh Sherit in Titikah, Sri Aman was put in lockdown yesterday and will remain so until Oct 5.

Meanwhile, SDMC also announced the end of EMCO for 20 localities in Sri Aman, Betong, Pakan, Julau, Tatau and Bintulu today.

In Sri Aman, the affected localities are Rh Rose Emma Stanley Gate in Temudok Atas, Rh Buyung in Lepong Simpai, Rh Ellie in Sabu Baroh, Rh Sparrow Anyan in Bait Baru, Rh Sang in Seduku Lingga, Rh Jiram in Entulang Kasai, Rh Tuang in Sg. Labi, and Rh Lewis in Batu Besai.

In Betong, the affected areas are Rh Ganya in Ulu Teru Debak, Rh Nyanggau in Bangkit Rembai Spaoh, and Rh Ulis in Tanu.

Other localities comprise Rh Igat Jimbun in Kop Sg Sawa Roban of Kabong, Rh Ningkan in Lubok Ubi Sugai of Pakan, Rh Jambai in Ulu Nunggang of Pakan, Rh Ajau in Ulu Kota of Pakan, Rh Bunyak in Nanga Dong of Julau, Rh Ahkow Anak Kubu in Sg Kelawit along the Tatau-Sibu road, Rh Karong Anak Unbam in Sungai Anggoh Anap of Tatau, and Rh Niau Anak Nanang in Sg Mas along the Bintulu-Tatau. — DayakDaily