Sarawak: National Recovery Plan (NRP) Phase 2 Starts July 14

Sarawak will be moving into Phase two of the National Recovery Plan (NPR) this Wednesday, July 14, said Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas, Chairman of State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC).

The decision was made after taking into account the threshold values of the three main NRP indicators achieved by Sarawak. 

The public is advised to refer to the seven-page Sarawak's Roadmap to Recovery published yesterday. 

https://www.facebook.com/SarawakDisasterInfo/posts/837704886942281

 

Phase 2 includes:

  • Business hours extension to 10 pm
  • Dine-in restaurant 
  • Work capacity in the private sector increase to 50%
  • Non-contact sports such as jogging, cycling, golf and etc.
  • Barber/ saloon, electrical shops are allowed to open
  • Night curfew is lifted 

Entertainment activities and social gatherings are still prohibited.

 

 

 


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