Return to pre-MCO days

Ready to move on: As Malaysia transitions into the endemic phase, most people are re-adjusting their schedule to include more outdoor activities and commuting to work. — AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

PETALING JAYA: It has been almost a month since Malaysia entered its transition into the endemic phase, and Malaysians are well on their way back to their usual routines.

The young generation is no longer glued to screens, instead many are taking the opportunity to hang out with friends and also travel to places.

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