65 childcare centres in red zones get green light to reopen early


Desmond Davidson

Sarawak’s disaster management committee has allowed 65 childcare centres in the state’s red-zone areas to reopen from tomorrow. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, May 4, 2021.

THE Sarawak disaster management committee has allowed 65 childcare centres in the state’s red-zone areas to reopen from tomorrow to alleviate the baby-sitting problem faced by frontline workers.

The centres were among 2,518 kindergartens and 213 childcare centres in Sarawak that were ordered closed for two weeks by Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg on April 19.


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