Support groups for the housebound


Paulose only needs a tablet and some lighting to connect with people as far away as Australia and teach them the art of meditation.

SEVERAL support groups, both public and private, have popped up online with the aim to disseminate information to their fellow Malaysians.

They offer a lifeline to those in need as well as community support to weather through the challenges of being housebound during the movement control order (MCO) period.

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