No requirement to obtain Miti’s CIMS 3.0 approval for agro-commodity sub-sectors in Sarawak


KUCHING: The need to have the Covid 19 Intelligent Management System (CIMS) 3.0 approval letter from Miti for the agro-commodity sub-sectors to operate does not apply in the state, says Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah (pic).

The Sarawak disaster management committee chairman said on Friday (June 4) that this is because in its current MCO SOP from June 1 to 14, the state allows sectors such as fishery, plantation, farming, breeding and those related to the food chain to continue to operate but with strict compliance to all guidelines.

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