How Malaysian workplaces are changing due to Covid-19

Members or guests at co-working spaces, as well as office workers, will need to adhere to the social distancing rule of at least 1m, preferably 2m, due to Covid-19. Photo: WeWork

Whenever Chan Li Jin goes to work at the Mercy Malaysia office in Petaling Jaya these days, she sees less than half of her colleagues than usual.

Of course, before meeting any of them, the non-profit’s communications and strategic engagement head sanitises her hands and has her body temperature checked at the main entrance.

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