The art of coughing and sneezing in the age of Covid-19


When wearing face mask, do cough or sneeze into your elbow, but avoid touching your mask as much as possible. — AFP

Since the beginning of the global Covid-19 pandemic, coughing and sneezing in public can feel similar to taking your kid to the hairdressers when they’ve got nits (known in Bahasa Malaysia as kutu).

You’re THAT person. People look, they glare, they judge, making you feel like some kind of pariah.

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