On Thursday, we learnt the second Movement Control Order (MCO) for all states – except Sarawak – would end on Feb 4. Chances are it will continue beyond Chinese New Year.
Tammy Chan recommends three podcasts to help bring you to the next level in 2021.
You feel sad because you had a bad year? Feel it. Don’t let anyone tell you things like “but you had it better than some people, you should be grateful”, writes sports psychologist Bryan Win.
Rather than talking about what went wrong or the ‘what-ifs’, it is time for us to look forward to how we can rebuild Malaysia, a better Malaysia for all of us.
Malaysia declared a state of emergency this morning to stem the spike of Covid-19 cases nationwide. The emergency is effective until Aug 1, 2021. Here’s what it means …
Five states and three federal territories in Malaysia will be under the Movement Control Order yet again starting Jan 13, due to a surge in Covid-19 cases. Here’s what you need to know …
Anxiety is building as government set to announce next course of action to prevent fourth wave of Covid-19 cases.
We shouldn’t be surprised there has been an alarming rise in Covid-19 cases as there are many Covidiots around.
Forty-six prominent physicians, including Datuk Dr Amar Singh HSS, have sent an open letter to Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin proposing 10 urgent and critical actions to prevent Malaysia from slipping into Covid-19 intensive care.
It’s very sad and distressing that some doctors (not too many thankfully!) indulge in pseudoscience or conspiracy theories, often without scientific methods to prove their “claims” or “beliefs” as they frustrate moves to vaccinate people against Covid-19, writes Dr John Teo.
Malaysian politicians rule okay in the farcical BOOTY Awards 2020 presentation. There are, however, a handful of truly deserving awards for our frontliners and the rakyat.
Long silence after swab test leaves patients living in uncertainty.
It is easy to blame politicians for the horrible rise in Covid-19 cases in Malaysia but have we done our part to curtail the coronavirus?