Life interrupted: How has the pandemic affected our youth?

Despite all the difficulties they go through during this time, these Malaysian youth believe that they can get through it because they're 'all in this together'. Photo: Filepic

This year was supposed to be special for student Alison Low, But, instead, the 16-year-old has been feeling a sense of loss since the movement control order (MCO) came into effect in March. The Form Five student feels as if she’s missing out on life.

“This is my last year in secondary school and it’s supposed to be a year to create final memories in school with my friends. But instead, I’m spending it at home.

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