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From TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Member, Road Safety Council Malaysia.
WHILE having lunch at a coffee shop recently, a young man sitting at a nearby table turned to his side and sneezed really hard without covering his nose and mouth.
WHEN others discouraged her from pursuing a career in fashion design, Tan Wan Yee held on to her father’s advice: “If one is passionate about what one does, one will surely be able to make a living.”
When planning a wedding during a pandemic, the soon-to-wed couple should prioritise the health and safety of their guests.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Campaigners for Japan's nightlife workers say they need realistic guidelines for how to stay safe and remain in business amid the novel coronavirus, which has seen the government zero in on host and hostess bars as centres of contagion.
PETALING JAYA: As floods are expected in several parts of the country until the end of July, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said that temporary shelters set up could increase the risk of Covid-19 infection among victims and workers.
Despite the new regulations in place, Malaysians are still eating out, albeit a little more cautiously than before.
Just because you’re out in the open air doesn’t mean you can relax your guard, and hiking associations and walking tour guides have been busy issuing trail guidelines.