Sabahans complying with SOP

KOTA KINABALU: There has been a high level of standard operating procedure (SOP) compliance among the public at roadblocks across Sabah.

Sabah Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Masidi Manjun said 43,798 vehicles were inspected at roadblocks in 64 areas around the state.

“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.

Meanwhile, Sandakan district recorded the highest number of new cases with 167, with Kota Kinabalu coming second with 162 cases yesterday, from the total of 533 new cases in the state.

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