Extra tough for blind community

MAB provides a tactile map of the areas surrounding its building for the visually impaired.

WHILE social distancing has become the new norm for Malaysians during the Covid-19 pandemic, a community whose livelihood depends on the sense of touch is greatly affected by this change.

The visually impaired are facing a great challenge as the abrupt loss of income and the movement control order (MCO), even under the conditional regulations, have made it hard for them to go about their daily lives.

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