Conditional MCO: How the elderly are staying active

  • People
  • Wednesday, 14 Oct 2020

Since Oct 2, Lim (left) and Kok have been organising stretching exercises for senior citizens using Google Meet. Photo: Datin Dr Lim Ah Lan

Homemaker Sushila Devi Subash's spirits isn't dampened that her movements will be restricted once again by the conditional movement control order (MCO), which starts today.

Since Oct 2, the 70-year-old has been busy with numerous online activities organised by The Social Connect Group, a senior citizens group in her SS20 neighbourhood in Petaling Jaya.

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