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SIBU: Sarawak detected two new Covid-19 clusters on Sunday (March 7).
KUCHING: Sarawak will allow an additional 231 primary schools to reopen on Monday (March 8) after a risk assessment of the Covid-19 situation in the state.
KUCHING: Sarawak reported a new daily record high of 361 Covid-19 cases on Thursday (March 4), with an outbreak among offshore workers in Miri contributing to the spike.
KUCHING: Movement across zones and districts in Sarawak is still not allowed while the state remains under the conditional movement control order until mid-March, says Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah.
Uggah: Covid-19 cases up in Sarawak due to people attending funerals, weddings, gambling and cock-fighting activities
KUCHING: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah reminded Sarawakians to avoid social gatherings and comply with Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOP) as the state reported 220 new cases on Monday (March 1).
KUCHING: Sarawak is looking into the possibility of purchasing Covid-19 vaccines to expedite the inoculation programme in the state, says Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah.
KUCHING: Three journalists from Kuching have become the first in the country to receive the Covid-19 vaccine along with other frontliners.
KUCHING: Public gatherings are the main factor behind the spike in Covid-19 cases and clusters in Sarawak this year, says state Health director Dr Chin Zin Hing.
SIBU: An enhanced movement control order will be imposed on the Sentosa Resettlement Scheme Phase 2 from Feb 27 to March 12.
KUCHING: A new Covid-19 cluster linked to the recent Chinese New Year celebration has emerged in Sarawak, says the state disaster management committee.