M’sians feel Covid-19 SOP will remain post MCO


PETALING JAYA: Most Malaysians feel that wearing face masks in public and avoiding mass and crowded gatherings would remain the norm even after the movement control order (MCO) is lifted, a survey revealed.

A poll by international agency YouGov Omnibus found that 77% of the 1,068 people surveyed felt that wearing face masks in public and crowded places would be among the practices to remain after the MCO is over.The MCO, which was first imposed on March 18, has been extended several times – the most recent one until June 9 with more relaxed conditions.

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