Music cafes, night clubs, and bistros are not allowed to operate

By TIN Media | Sarawak Published 1 week ago on 19 May 2020
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Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas said that it would not allow the activity of music cafes, night clubs, and bistros to operate during the Control Order of Conditional Movement (CMCO) which has been decided by the Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (JBPN).

Uggah, who is also Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister said many had the feeling that restaurants were similar to the status of those premises so JBPN decided to clear the confusion.

“Warnings will be issued and owners of premises found to be non-compliance with the standard operating procedure (SOP) during the CMCO will face closure,” he told a Sarawak COVID-19 daily media conference.

Meanwhile, he said that in positive cases in Sarawak the COVID-19 graph readings continued to indicate a plateau without new cases for the fifth consecutive date till yesterday.

“Overall, the success we have achieved today is due to the compliance of all Sarawakians as well as the cooperation of all parties in curbing the spread of COVID-19. We urge everyone to maintain personal hygiene and social distancing,” he said.

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