Citrawarna Keluarga Malaysia continues with stricter SOPs – Nancy
KUCHING: The Citrawarna Keluarga Malaysia 2022 program, which is scheduled to take place on February 24 to 27 in Kuching, will continue with the enforcement of stricter guidelines and standard operating procedures (SOPs). Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri said, the SOP for the implementation of the program has been reviewed and will be presented to the National Security Council (MKN) on Tuesday. Clearly Nancy, among the renewed SOPs is to limit the capacity of each tent for the main event to only 350 guests at a time.
In addition, local authorities (PBTs) and other security agencies will increase the monitoring and enforcement of the standard COVID-19 SOPs throughout the program. “The tents will be closed (if they are full). We have many (tents), so we fill up all the seven tents with those invited, we have ambassadors,there are ministers, there are government officials then the others as long as there is empty space (we fill) up to 350 people, “he said. He added that the existing renewed SOPs had been discussed and refined with the Sarawak State Disaster Management Committee (JPBNS) and agreed by the Ministry of Health (MOH). complied with at the highest level.
“We have to take the middle path, how do we want to balance it, because we are very careful ,” he added. He said this in a press conference at Kuching International Airport on Monday. For information, Citrawarna Keluarga Malaysia which lasted for four days will be enlivened with performances covering Sarawak, Sabah and the Peninsula. The largest cultural event in the country will be held at several locations including Waterfront Kuching and Padang Merdeka with an estimated 2,400 visitors. Apart from that, several events will also be held such as the Sarawak Drum Festival, Sape Concert, as well as the Colors of Malaysia daily performance.