Social resilience key to pandemic recovery

HAVING lived with the restrictions and repercussions brought forth by the Covid-19 pandemic for almost two years, life post-pandemic is certainly something that everyone is hoping to experience soon.

Apart from abiding by the government policies and the standard operating procedures (SOPs) put in place by the Health Ministry and the National Security Council, how can we deal with the effects and consequences that Covid-19 has inflicted on higher education, social activity and human civilisation?

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