By Adrian Lim
KUCHING, April 20: Recreational activities such as visiting the Tanjung Batu beach, Taman Tumbina, ABF Beach and Taman Millenium are not allowed for residents of Bintulu, Sebauh and Tatau.
The National Security Council (MKN) in updated Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) published today said the public in Bintulu, Sebauh and Tatau are not allowed to engage in recreational activities during the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) from April 13 to 26.
At the same time, MKN said residents in Bintulu, Sebauh and Tatau can only travel two passengers in a car during this period.
Each private vehicle is limited to two persons unless for those arriving in Bintulu accompanied with Covid-19 swab test results and police permits.
MKN said business premises are allowed to operate at 50 per cent capacity or a maximum of 50 persons between 6am to 8pm except for pharmacies and drug stores which can open until 10pm.
Essential services providers are allowed to operate with just 30 per cent workforce while the balance is encouraged to work from home.
MKN said social gatherings such as weddings, ‘akah nikah’, prayers for safety, reunions, retreats, and anniversary celebrations are not allowed.
Additionally, meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (MICE) activities are also not allowed. — DayakDaily