Further, the EMCO has been extended for two venues in Papar, Sabah – Block Angsana and Block Sumboisumboi at the Kampung Seberang Benoni.

From Friday (30 July 2021) until Thursday (12 August 2021), 39 Malaysian localities in Sabah, Kelantan, and Pahang will be under Enhanced Movement Control (PKPD, or EMCO), the National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara, or MKN) announced.

Beyond that, it was also revealed that two venues in Papar, Sabah – Block Angsana and Block Sumboisumboi at the Kampung Seberang Benoni – faced an EMCO extension until 12 August 2021, when it was slated to end on Thursday (29 July 2021).

According to MKN’s media statement, the following localities are affected by the latest announcements:

Tuaran, Sabah

  1. Kampung Betutai
  2. Kampung Bolong Baru
  3. Kampung Bontoi
  4. Kampung Kindu
  5. Kampung Lapasan
  6. Kampung Serusop
  7. Kampung Sungai Damit
  8. Kampung Timbok
  9. Kampung Simpangan
  10. Taman Sri Rugading
  11. Taman Telipok Ria

Sandakan, Sabah

  1. Flat LPPB Sri Taman
  2. Lorong 1 to 8, Taman Kenari
  3. Taman Mawar
  4. Project Perumahan Rakyat (PPR) Taman Murni

Penampang, Sabah

  1. Apartment Taman Suria
  2. Kampung Mangkadatan Notoruss
  3. Taman Penampang Fasa 2

Tawau, Sabah

  1. Kampung Lahat-Lahat, Pulau Sebatik
  2. Taman Perwira Ranggu
  3. Block 5 Kampung Titingan

Kinabatangan, Sabah

  1. Ladang Bukit Mas
  2. Ladang Linbar 1

Putatan, Sabah

  1. Kampung Meruntum Fasa 3
  2. Project Perumahan Rakyat (PPR) Sri Keramat

Kota Marudu, Sabah

  1. Kampung Talantang 1

Penampang, Sabah

  1. Country Heights Fasa 2 and Fasa 3 (which includes shop buildings)

Kudat, Sabah

  1. Kampung Ayer

Papar, Sabah

  1. Kampung Pengalat Besar

Gua Musang, Kelantan

  1. Kampung Cekau
  2. Kampung Jedip WCT
  3. Kampung Seng Sang
  4. Kampung Lojing
  5. Kampung Sendrop
  6. Kampung Penangau

Mukim Gali, Raub, Pahang

  1. Taman Amalina Lestari

Mukim Keratong, Rompin, Pahang

  1. Ladang Bukit Berembun 

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