On 28th May 2021, the Malaysian Government issued an official statement declaring nationwide lockdown for 14 days from 1st June amid the surge of Covid cases in the country. Muhyiddin announced the implementation of the FMCO ('full lockdown') in all social and economic areas.
As we Malaysians struggle to get on the top of things, we have shared a few tips to fight COVID-19
Remember the good old days, when you had a hobby and enough time to pursue it? What was it? Reading, painting, singing, dancing, anything! Now would be a good time to look back into your old box of hobbies and bring them out for entertainment.
We all have been going through a tough time... The world is already suffering, and everyone is trying to get over with this nightmare of the corona virus.
Finding new ways to keep kids occupied will also help take the pressure off parents and ease them while they are also at home ,working and managing the households.
We all know how tough our current scenarios are but we are still fighting. But hey! Don’t rush to take what you see in front of you! Stop panicking.
These are unpredictable time! Governments everywhere are restricting international travel, asking people to stay home, and shutting down non-essential businesses.
As COVID-19 spreads without any important sign of slowing down, we are wondering about those who must travel for any important reason.
With countries going under lockdown because of the novel coronavirus, we all are being forced to stay at home - thankfully, in the company of loved ones.
We know that sightseeing is not the idea, people are thinking about right now. As the world struggles to cope up with the lockdown and this covid19 serious crisis, we all have been instructed to stay at home quarantined.
As we all are housebound and hungry all the time, we keep looking for new ideas to either cook or new places to order from.
This is that time of the month. Yes! The holy month of Ramadan began on the 23rd of April, but the festivities this time are slightly different than what it was supposed to be.
For 30 days Muslims unite for the ever-enchanting feeling of connection and friendship at iftar, the fast-breaking meal at sunset.
In any household, a brunch means no waiting in the line. You can have as many Margaritas as your heart desires, you can have as many chocolate muffins as you want.
As the world is reeling with the effects of the global pandemic, many industries are suffering the aftermath.
As Mother’s Day just went by, we know that all mothers would have gone back to their regular routine.
When the lockdown is over, and people resume their daily routine, the ordinary life of people is likely to be redefined in the post-coronavirus period.
Hari Raya means ‘Day of Celebration’. It is considered one of the most significant celebrations for the Muslim festival.
The global pandemic of coronavirus that had triggered a health alarm all around the world and taken it by storm resulting in an enormous number of cases as well as fatalities detected worldwide
The global pandemic of coronavirus (COVID 19) that had triggered a health alarm all around the world and made us realize the vulnerability of life!
COVID-19 has already raised alarm bells by the fact that despite our scientific successes, we are profoundly unprepared to cope with the pandemic.
The global pandemic of coronavirus (COVID 19) that had triggered a health alarm all around the world and taken it by a storm had made us realize the vulnerability of life!
These past weeks in Malaysia have been challenging for all of us. All of us wish we had a reset button which could make all of this go away.
As Malaysia is experiencing a third wave of COVID cases, we all have to come together (not literally) to prevent its spread.
Every little help matters. Here's how you too can contribute. As the invisible war against the coronavirus, it is imperative that everyone does their part for #FlattenTheCurve.
Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) and Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) are the two plans introduced under The Malaysian Government Movement Control Order (MCO) by the Federal Government of Malaysia.