Sabah floods: New relief centre opens in Kota Belud, while three others close


KOTA KINABALU: Three flood relief centres in Kota Belud district have been closed, but another one has opened in Kampung Song-Song.

According to the data by the state disaster management committee secretariat, the temporary shelters at Dewan Masyarakat Tun Said, Dewan Kg Lentigi and Dewan SK Tamau closed as of 12.30pm Thursday (Jan 21).

Besides Dewan Kg Song-Song housing 42 evacuees, another shelter - Dewan SK Suang Punggor - with 87 villagers is still open in Kota Belud district.

As of noon, 443 flood victims are still housed in three other districts in Sabah.

Beaufort has two relief centres, while Papar and Tenom have one shelter respectively.

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