Covid-19: EMCO to be imposed on Kelantan school, extended at Tapah prison, says Ismail Sabri


PETALING JAYA: An enhanced movement control order has been imposed at Sekolah Integrasi Ikhwan in Kelantan, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

The Defence Minister said the enhanced MCO at the school would begin on Monday (March 29) and end on April 11.

“The Health Ministry reported that cases were on the rise in the locality, with 25 cases so far, ” he said in a statement on Sunday (March 28).

Ismail Sabri also said the enhanced MCO at Tapah prison in Perak would be extended until April 12.

He said that on March 25,27 new infections were identified there.

Meanwhile, the MCO in Nabawan, Sabah, will end on March 30 as scheduled.

In Sarawak, the enhanced MCOs in Kampung Bintawa Ulu and Tengah will also end on March 30 as scheduled.

Ismail Sabri added that the enhanced MCO would be extended in Kampung Juara, Pulau Tioman, until April 6 while it would end on March 29, as scheduled, for the rest of the island.

On enforcement statistics, he said 89 people were issued compounds on Saturday (March 27) for breaching Covid-19 standard operating procedures, with 18 remanded.

A total of 28 illegal immigrants were also arrested during operations on Saturday.

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