— The implementation of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Mukim Jimah in Port Dickson district, which will be imposed for 14 days beginning tomorrow, involves about 24,000 residents from seven localities.
Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Aminuddin Harun said the seven mukim are Tanah Merah Site C, Springhill Town, Taman Bayu Indera, Bukit Palong industrial area, Taman Lukut Makmur, Kampung Sungai Sendayan and Taman Vista Jaya, involving 6,050 residences.
“The CMCO will be imposed due to the increasing pattern of COVID-19 cases, especially in some localities in Jimah as well as at locations bordering the Sepang district, Selangor.
“Although this district has yet to be classified as a red zone, the CMCO is being imposed following a risk assessment by the state health department when an area records between 10 and 20 positive cases,” he said at a special press conference on the development of COVID-19 in the state here today.
On the repair work on the banks of the Sungai Linggi that collapsed due to heavy rain on Wednesday (Nov 4), he said that some of the affected areas are expected to receive water supply tomorrow, but it depends on the repair work.
“‘InsyaAllah’ (God willing) around 5 pm to 7 pm today we will install piling to strengthen the cliff and we hope it can overcome the problems,” he said.
Source: BERNAMA News Agency