What living with the virus entails

Safety first: Sunway Pyramid mall staff checking the risk status of patrons on their MySejahtera before they enter the premises. — SAMUEL ONG/The Star

ALMOST a week has passed since we rolled back a significant portion of our Covid-19 countermeasures.

Looking at photos on social media of people celebrating the festive season with friends and family, there is a distinct return to near normalcy. And while we should rejoice at these innate freedoms that were curtailed for two years because of the pandemic, we should also take stock of some key lessons and cast an eye on what might be next in living with this virus.

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