As board member of the Kuching Port Authority, Milton Foo went to inspect the operation of Sim Kheng Hong Port in Pending during the movement control order
Harbour and ports, he said are under the category of essential services, so all operations are not affected & carrying out as usual.
Under the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 (Measures within the Infected Local Areas) (No. 2) Regulations 2020 which takes effect during the Extended Movement Control Order from 1 to 14 April 2020 and pursuant to the amendments made to Regulations No. 2, port, dock and airport services and undertakings, and transportation by land, water, or air constitute essential services. This means that any activity and process in the supply chain of port, dock and airport services and undertaking and transportation by land, water or air are also deemed as essential services.
“These are imported white rice that have just arrived in Sarawak directly from Vietnam. There won’t be any shortage of white rice in Sarawak, be rest assured! I also visited Senari Terminal & Pending Terminal both under the purview of KPA,” he said.
Temperature check, free hand sanitizer at the building entrance and service counters, practise social distancing at lifts, waiting seats and queuing counter etc
All precautionary measures are strictly taken to prevent the spread of Covid-19 & to ensure public safety. Foreign crews on board are strictly not allow to disembark.
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