EMCO in six KL localities to end ahead of schedule on Sunday (July 11)


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KUALA LUMPUR: The enhanced movement control order at six localities in Kuala Lumpur will end ahead of schedule on July 11.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the areas are Flat Seksyen 1 and Flat Seksyen 2 in Wangsa Maju, Kampung Puah, Flat Desa Pandan (including Baiduri and Delima), Kampung Batu Muda and Taman Koperasi Polis (Phase 1).

"The EMCO began at these localities on July 3, and was initially slated to end on July 16.

"However, the government has decided to end it earlier on July 11," he said in a statement on Saturday (July 10).

For Taman Koperasi Police (Phase 2), EMCO and screenings will still be conducted, he added.

Meanwhile, Ismail Sabri said the EMCO at five localities will end on schedule on July 11.

"The localities are Jerantut Town in Pahang and four areas in Sabah - Kampung Tuunon in Penampang, Kampung Tawadakan and Kampung Kota Bungan in Kota Belud and Kampung Perpaduan Ria 1 in Kudat," he said.

He also announced that the EMCO had been imposed at five localities in Sabah from July 12 until July 25.

He said the areas are QL Farm Membalua in Tawau, Kampung Pikat Bongawan in Papar and three localities in Kota Kinabalu - Kampung Suang Parai, Taman Kingfisher Sulaman and Bandaran Berjayaa.

"There has been a spike in Covid-19 cases in these localities.

"Thus the government has decided to impose the EMCO from July 12 until July 25," he said.

He also announced that the EMCO at Kampung Jawi-Jawi in Kota Belud, Sabah, has been extended until July 25.

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