Senior citizens are starting to, cautiously, venture out


The pandemic has shown how resilient seniors can be in adapting to change. Photo: Filepic

Adib Noh started cycling with a few friends when the conditional movement control order was announced in early May after being largely home bound for more than two months. It feels great to be outdoors again with the fresh air and sunshine after being cooped up at home for such a long time, he says.

“We stay at least two metres away – more than the required one metre distance – to be extra safe. We also limit the group to about 10 people, ” he says.

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