#MYStayHome: How Malaysians stay spiritual at home during the MCO

For many, prayer helps ease anxiety in times of crisis. Photo: 123rf.com

Even before the recent movement control order (MCO) was enforced, most religious gatherings and events had been called off to prevent large groups of people from congregating in view Covid-19.

However, small numbers of people still met for discussions, prayers or scripture studies.

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