OSarawak Industry Development News – Jun 2020
Introduction of digital technology in Sarawak timely as state battles through COVID-19 pandemic
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Prime Minister: Recovery Movement Control Order until Aug 31 after CMCO ends

The government will implement the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) when the Conditional Movement Control Order ends on June 9, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced today.

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No permits needed for travel between districts, states from 10 June

Malaysians entering Sarawak from the peninsula, Sabah and Labuan did not have to apply for approval or take the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for COVID-19 three days before they travel to the state.

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Sarawak launches two COVID-19 contact tracing apps

The Sarawak government has developed two mobile applications to help the people and business community in the state in tracing and managing data related to COVID-19 pandemic.

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New attraction to beautify Kuching waterfront

The waterfront along the Sarawak River between Kampung Boyan and Fort Margherita here is undergoing beautification works and is set to become one of the city’s attractions.

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Selected nature reserves to reopen to public starting June 8

Sarawak Forestry Corporation will reopen selected nature reserves (NRs) to the public starting Monday (June 8), upon the decision made by the Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC).

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Sarawak government injects RM164.8 million for Bau’s development

The Sarawak government has allocated RM164.8 million over the last four years for the implementation of several projects in Bau, a semi-urban district located about 33 km southwest of the city once famous for gold mining.

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