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IMPLEMENTATION of the movement control order (MCO) paired with a host of responsibilities and uncertainty have made the last three months really tough to take, especially for teachers who have been working tirelessly for their students.
AFTER three long months, teachers are delighted to be seeing their charges again in less than two weeks but many are anxious about juggling their duties as educator, counsellor and implementor of the Education Ministry’s school reopening management guidelines in the new normal.
A too-close attachment to food can potentially trigger 'food stress' in this time of the coronavirus.
(Reuters) - Sexual activity among young American men has declined sharply since 2000, with nearly a third reporting no sex with a partner in the prior year, according to a survey study published on Friday that suggests social media and electronic gaming might be filling the void.
LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Fears of a second wave of COVID-19 infections shut six major food markets in Beijing on Friday, while India, which opened up this week, recorded a record daily increase and half a dozen U.S. states said their hospital beds were filling up fast.
JOHOR BARU: Phone scammers are now more brazen in their illegal activities by making threats to potential victims, claiming their names will be published in Malay language newspapers, say Johor police.
PETALING JAYA: Travellers will have to put up with a longer waiting time at rest and service areas (RSAs) along the highways, as PLUS Malaysia Bhd has imposed stringent measures to reduce risk of Covid-19 transmission.
THIS year's Hari Raya celebration may have been a low-key one but it has certainly provided a memorable experience for all.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Parts of a proposal by Egypt for a truce in Libya are "helpful," but a United Nations-led bid to broker peace in the North African country is the best way forward, the State Department's top Middle East diplomat said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - An international group of neuroscientists will examine how the world is sleeping, or failing to, during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has upended work, social and family life for countless people.