Ferry passengers, particularly vacationers from exterior Kedah who wish to enter Langkawi Island won’t be allowed to board the ferry in the event that they don’t have an interstate approval letter.
In keeping with a report from Astro Awani, Kota Setar District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Ahmad Shukri Mat Akhir, mentioned that strict motion must be taken decisively to curb the unfold of Covid-19.
He additionally defined that beginning in the present day (13 January), ferry journey is barely allowed by Kuala Kedah as a result of the route by Kuala Perlis is closed as a result of implementation of the Conditional Motion Management Order (CMCO) in Kedah.
All native and international passengers should adjust to normal working procedures (SOP) comparable to registering with MySejahtera, sporting a facemask, checking physique temperature, and utilizing hand sanitisers.
Nonetheless, it’s understood that the ferry terminal’s motion to Langkawi has decreased and so they solely enable one journey to the island a day.
“Each motion must be justified with a letter. Many vacationers who go to Langkawi are guests from the surface.”
Ahmad Shukri additionally mentioned that passengers who shouldn’t have a letter of permission can be compounded instantly.
Beginning in the present day (13 January), just one spherical journey from Kuala Kedah and Langkawi will function for the subsequent two weeks.
The ferry service to and from Langkawi Island to Kuala Perlis can be stopped in the course of the Conditional Motion Management Order (PKPB) imposed in Kedah.
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