Capitalise on recovery phase


Emmanuel Joseph

An employee of the Sunway Lagoon theme park in Subang Jaya, Selangor, waits for customers at the ticket counter. Help and guidance should be given to businesses ill-equipped to handle the Covid-19 crisis the first time around so that they are better able to weather a potential fresh wave. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 6, 2020.

ENTERING its fifth month of movement controls in their various iterations, Malaysia is slowly but surely beginning to suffer from lockdown fatigue.

Though our Covid-19 tally is relatively low at 9,023 as of yesterday, anecdotal evidence suggests that clusters, however small, still exist in the community. This is exacerbated by findings that a large proportion of patients are asymptomatic, making the protection of vulnerable groups like the elderly a continued priority.


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