Non-Sarawakians in Sabah, Labuan will not be allowed to enter Sarawak from Oct 4 to 18 to curb spread of Covid-19, says deputy CM

KUCHING: Non-Sarawakians in Sabah and Labuan will not be allowed to enter Sarawak from Oct 4 to 18 as the state tightens entry requirements to contain the spread of imported Covid-19 cases.

Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah said this was part of the state's strategy to protect Sarawak, particularly in view of the high number of cases in neighbouring Sabah.

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