Catholics in Kuching to resume mass tomorrow

Congregants must still adhere to Covid-19 SOP. – Herald Malaysia file photo.

CATHOLIC churches in Kuching, Kota Sentosa and Kota Padawan will be allowed to hold Sunday masses from tomorrow following the lifting of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in the state capital.

The Association of Churches in Sarawak (ACS) president Archbishop Simon Poh said churches are still required to observe the standard operating procedures (SOPs) to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

“ACS welcomes the good news of the lifting of CMCO for Kuching district. Having followed the daily reports of cases from SDMC for the whole week, it is reassuring to know that Covid-19 has been contained,” said Poh in a Dayak Daily report.

“Accordingly, following the confirmation from Unifor (Unit for Other Religions) for the houses of worship, Catholic churches in Kuching, Kota Sentosa and Kota Padawan will be resuming our Sunday Masses this weeken,” he added.

He also reminded Catholics and Christians to wear face masks in public, observe physical distancing and to donate blood.

“ACS extends our gratitude to Unifor and SDMC and pledges our cooperation in this task to contain Covid-19 in Sarawak,” added Poh.

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