EMCO at Satak Orang Asli village in Raub extended to Nov 23

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  • Monday, 15 Nov 2021

KUALA LUMPUR: The enhanced movement control order (MCO) enforced at the Satak Orang Asli village in Mukim Batu Talam, Raub, Pahang has been extended to Nov 23.

The enhanced MCO in this area had previously been scheduled to end tomorrow.

National Security Council (NSC) director-general Datuk Rodzi Md Saad said on Facebook that the extension was made after studying the Health Ministry’s analysis of the Covid-19 infection risk and trend in the locality.

"Meanwhile, the enhanced MCO at Pos Betau, Mukim Ulu Julai in Lipis and Taman Amalina Lestari in Raub, Pahang, which started on Oct 20 and Nov 3. respectively, will end tomorrow as scheduled,” he added.

He also said there were no new localities that come under the enhanced MCO. - Bernama

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