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KUALA LUMPUR: Taxis and e-hailing vehicles in Peninsula Malaysia are permitted to operate across districts and states, but only if they are transporting passengers with the approval to do so.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah government is stepping up efforts to keep rabies out of the state after an outbreak was detected at a bordering Sarawak district.
KUCHING: A Gawai eve celebration led to a new Covid-19 cluster involving three longhouses in Sarawak's Kanowit district.
SIBU: A total of 6,600 doses of vaccination were administered on Wednesday (June 23), the highest so far in this district.
SIBU: Sarawakian students leaving for studies overseas will be able to receive their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine in the first two weeks of July.
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government has allowed taxis, e-hailing drivers and food delivery riders to cross districts within the greater Kota Kinabalu city area from Wednesday (June 23).
KUCHING: Sarawak reported 507 new Covid-19 cases and seven fatalities on Tuesday (June 22), taking the state's cumulative tally to 60,989 with a death toll of 389.
KOTA KINABALU: The Sawit Kinabalu Group has sponsored food baskets worth RM1mil for communities in 15 districts in Sabah.
SIBU: Teachers here who have declined the Covid-19 vaccine have their own health reasons, says Sarawak Teachers' Union's Sibu Division chairman.
THOSE with special needs were given their shots under the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme at Agape Centre in Sibu.