MCO: It's 'a bummer' but families feel that it's necessary

  • Family
  • Monday, 11 Jan 2021

They're back: Police roadblocks to enforce the inter-state and inter-district travel bands during the MCO. Photo: The Star/Azhar Mahfof

Retail marketing executive Effendi Elias, 27, from Kuala Lumpur, is dismayed that the movement control order will be reinstated but feels that it’s something that is unavoidable and for the best.

“After being able to move around fairly freely for so many months since the recovery MCO last year, it’s difficult to be restricted to a 10km radius from home again and not being able to go out together with my housemates, ” he says.

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