Sarawak will allow dine-in activities from July 16 onwards, state authorities announced today, days after making the transition into Phase Two of the National Recovery Plan.
The state disaster management committee however said that only operators and their workers who had received at least a first dose of Covid-19 vaccine would be allowed to open for dine-in.
Other SOPs such as temperature scans and check-ins either manually or through MySejahtera will continue to apply.
Physical distancing of one metre must be observed, while only those who are categorised as low-risk including casual contact low-risk will be allowed to enter the premises.
A maximum of two people will be allowed to sit at tables with a one-metre diameter while tables with diameters of 1.2m will be allowed to seat four.
A maximum of six people will be allowed to sit at tables with a diameter of 2m and above.
Sarawak progressed to Phase Two on July 14, joining a number of other states that had already made the move.
The four-phase recovery plan, announced by the government on June 15, will see a gradual reopening of social and economic sectors with transition between phases contingent on the progress made in bringing the Covid-19 pandemic under control.