Sarawak U-turns on quarantine policy

Desmond Davidson

Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister Douglas Uggah says people entering the state will be tagged with tracker wristbands, then must go for a Covid-19 test on the second day. – The Malaysian Insight pic, July 30, 2020.

SARAWAK has reversed its five-day old decision to quarantine anyone entering the state over a two-week period starting from Saturday.

The policy, to curb the renewed spread of the Covid-19 in three districts in the southern part of the state.

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