MCO compliance improving in Kota Kinabalu


KOTA KINABALU: City folks are getting better at complying with the movement control order (MCO), but some are still driving around just for a look-see.

With policemen and officers from other authorities on duty and manning roadblocks around the city over the past few days, most people are staying indoors.

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