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After more than a month, we are still in Phase One of the National Recovery Plan, but the Covid-19 numbers are not going down.
WHERE is the most vibrant part of Petaling Jaya? You could probably hazard a guess that it would be SS2.
“DID you get your jab”?
Sometimes it helps to have a sense of humour.
With the consistently high number of Covid-19 cases and many Malaysians continuing to ignore the SOP, get ready for a long, drawn-out battle.
DESPITE the snail’s pace of our current vaccination efforts, I fully expect a travel bubble to be opened up between Malaysia and Singapore by next month.
Motorists are dicing with danger because of a lack of adherence to the SOP at roadworks and construction sites. Frequent incidences, often fatal, points to a lack of accountability.
AS we mark the first anniversary of the country’s Covid-19 lockdown, the government should take stock of certain missteps that have hindered and not helped the public.
AS we approach March 18, the one-year anniversary of Malaysia’s first Covid-19 lockdown, common sense is a commodity that seems in short supply in the country.
RECENT news that Indonesia has made Covid-19 vaccination for its citizens compulsory has given rise to speculation that Malaysia could follow suit.
An independent judiciary and a reform of other institutions can restore public confidence and improve Malaysia’s standing.
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