Time to sanitise our souls too

Postmen and food delivery couriers holding #StayHome signs in Kuala Lumpur. People like (from left) Muhmmad Anas (Pos Laju), Syed Muhd Ariff (Grab Food), Mohd Khairul (Pos Laju) and Nor Azmi Puad (Foodpanda) allow the rest of us to stay safe at home. They too are frontliners taking risks for which they are not paid much. — AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

Let’s purge our souls of bigotry as we sanitise our hands several times daily during this pandemic.

After more than 16 days of staying home with my family under the movement control order (MCO), I thought I’d do a self-assessment to see what I have learnt.

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