Worn out with pandemic fatigue but we still need to keep safe

  • Family
  • Monday, 10 May 2021

With the implementation of MCO 3.0 more than a year since the first movement control order in March last year, Malaysians are showing signs of pandemic fatigue. Photo: Jusdevoyage/unsplash

Retail manager Mohd Faizal Farouk, 35, is alarmed at the rising number of Covid-19 cases and feels that MCO 3.0 is inevitable. But, he admitted that he feels stressed and depressed when he thinks about another MCO.

“It’s been so long and we can’t see the end of the pandemic in sight. Even though the cases dropped substantially after the first MCO, the effect isn’t lasting, ” he said.

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