Unless you’ve been living under a rock (which is probably the safest place now tbh), we’ve been under a Movement Control Order (MCO) since March 18th. This was the government’s response to curbing the Covid-19 pandemic, as social distancing is an effective method for preventing the spread of the virus at large. April 1st marked the beginning of our second MCO phase, and stricter rules like a 10km travel radius and a 12-hour business and food delivery curfew have been put in place to flatten the curve and hopefully see the number of cases dwindle down.
But the MCO has also changed life for many Malaysians…
Most of us are making the best of the situation, trying out challenges that involve fancy whipped coffee, getting our groceries online, and showing off our latest culinary masterpieces on social media. While it might seem that the MCO isn’t too bad, there are also those facing mental health issues from the isolation, employees looking at job or pay cuts, or even the chicken rice uncle who’s likely to lose his literal rice bowl.
Since we basically just described our own upsides and
downsizes downsides in the paragraph above, we figured we weren’t the only ones going through this. And so, we partnered up with Cilisos and made a survey to see how all our readers are coping with the MCO:
How many of you have more than enough food to eat? (Or worse, NOT enough?)
How many of you have your jobs at stake?
How many of you secretly break the MCO rules just to get a moment of sanity?
How many of you have turned into Doraemon?
Take the Covid-19 Duduk Rumah Survey now so you’ll get to see just how different – or same-same – you are vs everyone else.
Plus, it’s not like you have anything else to do anyway so you might as well layan us la…
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