KOTA KINABALU: The public compliance on Covid-19 standard operating procedure (SOP) at roadblocks across Sabah on Sunday (Oct 25) was at a high of 96.13%.
State Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Masidi Manjun said the roadblocks were mounted at 64 locations where 43,798 vehicles were inspected.
“Out of that figure, 265 vehicles were ordered to turn back and 55 compounds were issued. Public compliance with the conditional movement control order (MCO) SOP is at 96.13%, ” he said in a statement.
Masidi, who is tasked to oversee Covid-19 matters in Sabah, said this in his daily updates on the pandemic development.
Meanwhile, Sandakan district recorded the highest new Covid-19 cases in the state at 167 followed by Kota Kinabalu at 162 from the total of 533 new cases.
“Out of the 162 in the state capital, 65 is from the Kepayan Prison cluster, while the rest are from close contacts of positive cases and other screenings,” said Masidi.
Four new clusters were reported at the districts of Keningau (Titir cluster), Sandakan (Jambul), Kota Kinabalu (Bandaran) and Semporna (Omadal).
Sabah’s total cumulative cases stands at 11,818 cases, with 5,195 patients recovered, and 6,525 still receiving treatment.
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