Count your blessings within confines of home

In Subang Jaya, police have set up roadblocks to ensure the public follows Movement Control Order (MCO). Subang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Risikin Satiman is seen here at one of the roadblocks.

IT HAS been over a week since the movement control order (MCO) is enforced.

For those staying home, consider yourself lucky if boredom is your biggest challenge at the moment, because others like waste collection workers, delivery staff and essential service industry personnel have bigger concerns as they continue going out to work.

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