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Sabah NSC allows shops selling alcoholic beverages in the state to open

Shops selling alcoholic beverages in Sabah are now allowed to open. The operation of alcoholic beverage shops must also be subjected to full vaccination of its workers. — Picture by Farhan Najib

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KOTA KINABALU, Sept 21 — The Sabah National Security Council today announced that shops selling alcoholic beverages in Sabah are allowed to open.

However, night clubs, pubs and karaoke are still not allowed to operate.

This was stated in the latest standard operating procedures (SOP) released on Sepember 21.

Under the manufacturing sector, alcoholic factories are also allowed to operate from 6am to 8pm with 80 per cent workers capacity.

The operation of alcoholic beverage shops must also be subjected to full vaccination of its workers.

All higher learning institutions under the supervision of the Ministry of Education are allowed to open in stages.

However, only fully vaccinated students who have passed the effective period after completing vaccination are allowed to check in.

The actual admission is subject to the capacity of the institutions.

For students sitting for international examinations and taking part in research activities that require laboratory facilities, their movements must be accompanied by confirmation. — Borneo Post Online

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