Things will never return to normal such as the mask-wearing culture, but Twentytwo13 contributor Rita Jong hopes to find some normalcy in life where people can travel with ease again and be able to embrace family members and friends without fear.
PLUS corporate, community and public engagement head Syed Mohammed Idid Syed Ahmad Idid says having Covid-19 was the worst thing to ever happen to him and is glad the vaccine is available in the country.
An assistant medical officer based in Manjung shares his experience of getting the Covid-19 vaccination yesterday as he urges Malaysians to do the same to keep each other safe.
Datuk Dr Amar Singh HSS, a senior consultant paediatrician, pre-empts anti-vaccine attempts to damage Malaysia’s National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme which begins tomorrow.
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin launches guidebook, website on National Covid-19 Immunisation plan ahead of vaccination rollout on Feb 26.
Two men, one from Kuala Lumpur and another from Kuala Krai, relate how they survived after being diagnosed with Covid-19 and say having a positive attitude is a must.
A Malaysian, who is under Home Surveillance Order, wanted to get a second Covid-19 test done but was given the runaround for nearly six hours by private and government healthcare facilities.
Thoughtless adults could do well to learn about integrity from some youngsters who act responsibly in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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 …