I’ll take the approach of saying that the entire thing is all the result of the socio-economic problem of our country, more specifically, the lack of social and economic equality among Malaysians.
The people will be most upset if they have to struggle to put food on the table.
We need to find ways for us to handle and manage it while we go on with our lives.
It’s been too long. We need to figure out ways to get back to our normal lives or things might get worse.
Fear of the virus is becoming secondary to paying bills and putting food on the table.
We need more humanity in our lives and sometimes, we find inspiring stories where those in need turn out to be those who can also provide.
Malaysians are going to be thrown into poverty if we don’t do something about the Covid-19 pandemic and our MCO/PKP lockdown.
Mother Nature got impatient looking at how slow humans are taking to move civilisation forward that she had to play her role a little bit more aggressively.
The systematic way that the government is dispersing the relief and stimulus packages may not allow it to achieve its full intentions.
My wife and I live in the same house and sleep in the same bed, but must sit 1 metre apart in public.
I am in support of the federal government opening up the economy of the country, and I welcome the conditional MCO. I’m sure I’m going to be slaughtered online by Covid-19 pandemic social justice warriors!