The Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) enforced in Kuching district has been lifted from today.
Kuching had the CMCO for three weeks after there was a spike of Covid-19 cases in the area. It also led to Kampung Haji Baki placed under Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO).
Such move to lift the CMCO means that land movement to and from Kuching district, but within Sarawak, has returned back to normal post Covid-19, despite Kuching still being declared as an orange zone for Covid-19.
It also means that most businesses are allowed to operate as usual although two types of businesses, namely reflexologies (massage) & entertainment outlets are still ordered to close.
The Sarawak Disaster Management Committee announced the lifting of the CMCO in a press release on their social media account.
It also stated that movement into Sarawak will still remain as before, which requires one to be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival in Sarawak.
The full press release can be seen below.