Tackling workplace clusters

IT has been more than a year since we had our first movement control order (MCO) and we have undergone more in various degrees of severity since then. Despite this, and having more knowledge of Covid-19 as well as availability of effective vaccines, why is the number of new infections recorded daily still high?

Of late, there has been a rise in workplace Covid-19 infections, too, raising questions on why workplaces, namely factories, are allowed to operate during MCO periods.But this is a wrong question to ask, especially after living with this pandemic for close to 500 days now. Life needs to go on and we have to accept that Covid-19 is not going away any time soon.

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