No targeted enhanced MCO in three Pahang districts after positive Covid-19 case

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  • Wednesday, 02 Dec 2020

KUANTAN: There is currently no targeted enhanced MCO being imposed in three districts of Pahang, says state secretary Datuk Seri Dr Sallehuddin Ishak.

He denied that the order would be enforced in Kuantan, Pekan and Bentong following the detection of a positive case here.

He said the state Covid-19 task force committee was in the process of contact tracing and conducting a risk assessment of the case.

"It is hoped that the public will not spread false news and instead refer to official channels for accurate information.

"In the meantime, always comply with the set standard operating procedures by practising physical distancing, wear face masks, especially in public and avoid crowded spaces and talking at close range," said Sallehuddin in a statement on Wednesday (Dec 2).

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