Floods worsen in Sarawak


Temporary sleeping tents at the relief centre at SMK Tabuan Jaya in Kuching.

KUCHING: Seven flood relief centres have been opened in and around the state capital as of noon Thursday.

As of 7pm, there are 437 evacuees from 167 affected families at four relief centres in Kuching and three in Samarahan.

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