Family bonding in lockdown: Using tech to work and stay connected with family

A simple workout becomes a bonding activity for Abdul Hashem and his son at their Menara City One condominium.

As most Malaysians adjust to the new normal with the movement control order (MCO) in effect for six weeks now, there are some who have been coping with stricter restrictions imposed following the discovery of Covid-19 cases in their location.

For those placed under enhanced MCO, it has been challenging to remain confined to their homes for days on end. But for some, it has given them a chance to grow closer to their loved ones.Sri Murni Flats

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