Who’s responsible for failure in flattening pandemic curve?

Esther Sinirisan Chong

Virus curbs implemented by the government, to a large extent, require the cooperation of the public to ensure their success. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, July 12, 2021.

MALAYSIA has been locked down for more than a month now, but the number of Covid-19 cases shows no signs of abating. Last Saturday, Malaysia hit another high record of Covid-19 daily cases.

Things are so different now as compared to last year, when Malaysia managed to avoid the worst of the pandemic with the implementation of strict movement restrictions – what we know as MCO 1.0.

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