As the Movement Control Order hits 100 days, the people face a new struggle – getting back on their feet. Purwaiz Alam applauds Malaysians for what the country has achieved so far in fighting the Covid-19 scourge.
Several deejays, including Jay Subramaniam, Jason Martin, Victor Goh and Double D, gather voices from community to survive Covid-19 pandemic.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed employers’ outlook as several are adopting the work from home culture permanently. Also working from home for the next 14 days is Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin who will self-quarantine despite testing negative for Covid-19 today.
As lockdowns due to the Covid-19 pandemic are eased across the globe, Pearl Lee reflects on the last 60 days under the Movement Control Order in Malaysia and the lessons learnt from being in isolation.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis hopes the rakyat will be more mindful when they go out after he noticed many Covidiots not adhering to Conditional Movement Control Order rules.
While respecting the government’s decision, gym operators say they are ready to operate and have put forth several suggestions to revive their businesses and get people active again.
Some indoor sports centres and gymnasiums are said to have started operating during Conditional Movement Control Order. They can expect ‘friendly’ visits soon from officers of the state Youth and Sports Department.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis says while he can’t believe he has been doing ‘The MCO Diaries’ for 57 days, he is more perturbed that politicians are more concerned about power struggles rather than beating Covid-19.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis is celebrating Mothers Day by doing what he does best – eating – as he braces for another month of Movement Control Order (MCO) but hopes no one abuses the lenient rules.
It was a good morning for Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis as players from his beloved Liverpool team swept the board at the BBC football awards but he has no idea if or when the EPL will resume – just as there is an uncertainty when the Movement Control Order will end.
So much has happened since the Movement Control Order was imposed over 50 days ago on March 18. Twentytwo13 gives you some of the headlines to jog your memory.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis is wondering if there was any discussion with the stakeholders before the Conditional Movement Control Order was announced as the majority of the states are against it.
It will be tough for many people who go back to work tomorrow following the relaxation of the Movement Control Order. Purwaiz Alam narrates lightheartedly how not much has changed despite the new normal.