CMCO in Kuching leaves Sarawak travel campaign in disarray

Tourist attractions outside Kuching are saying no to city residents after the state capital was declared a Covid-19 red zone. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, November 22, 2020.

SARAWAK’S Sia Sitok intra-state tourism campaign, designed to encourage local travel and shore up the state’s Covid-19-battered tourism industry, has hit a bump.

Kuching is once again a Covid-19 red zone and a conditional movement control order (CMCO) has been re-imposed on the state capital, including a travel ban into and out of the city, has caused bookings for the state government subsidised travel package plummet to almost zero.

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