Flood situation improving in Sarawak


Students at SJKC Chung Hua Batu Kitang hanging their books out to dry after floods hit Sarawak on Friday.

KUCHING: The number of flood evacuees in southern Sarawak has decreased to just over 7,000 people on Tuesday morning.

At 8am, a total of 7,177 people from 1,822 families remained in relief centres in Kuching, Serian and Samarahan divisions, compared to 7,965 people from 2,051 families at noon on Monday.

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