Despite news about Covid-19 flooding every news portal right now, taking a break from the overwhelmingly upsetting news is still important! Humans just aren’t meant to consistently consume negative information over an extended period of time, after all.
As we struggle to stop the spread of Covid-19, we start seeing the many types of Malaysians dealing with this pandemic. We’re sure you’ve definitely seen at least one of these people around nowadays!
1. People who wear masks everywhere they go
Of course, the first in this list as almost all of us practice this. No one wants to contract the disease ma!
2. People wearing fashionable masks although it won’t actually help
Please make sure the masks you wear actually stops the virus from getting into your system otherwise you become a threat to people around you!
3. People who sanitize EVERYTHING they come into contact with
A lot of us go around putting sanitizer on our bag, our phone, and our hands! Better safe than sorry mah!
4. People who rush to the supermarket to stock up like it’s the zombie apocalypse
With the official announcement of the Movement Control Order yesterday, Malaysians rushed towards their nearest grocery stores to stock up on food for the next two weeks! However, some people went crazy by buying more than necessary.
5. People who are paranoid at every single cough and sneeze
Can’t blame anyone during this pandemic. We’ll admit that we’re like this too!
6. People who hold in their coughs and sneezes in public
Because of the paranoia, we’ve definitely be there trying to hold in our coughs or sneezes just so that nobody gives us the stink eye.
7. People who have accepted the disease as inevitable
These are the laidback ones who are not paranoid nor panicky about the situation. Of course, they still kinda care and don’t simply go to mass gatherings la!
8. Ignorant people who STILL go out to crowded places
We all know these people. The ones who has appeared in articles throughout the week and for some reason think they are immune to this virus.
9. The not-really-work-from-home staffs
Yes, it’s amazing most of us are now working from home. But that also means one thing… Getting lazy.
10. Introverts who find peace and solitude staying indoors
Truthfully? Introverts have no problem adjusting to this quarantine period. What Movement Control Order (MCO)? This is the usual day for any introvert and honestly it’s amazing.
11. Extroverts who are dying from the lack of face-to-face human interaction
During these trying times, they’ve been stripped away from their usual Friday and Saturday parties/hang outs with their friends… And now they are out of fuel from the face-to-face human interaction and is slowly dying inside. So, introverts, please check in with your extroverted friends.
No matter which person you’ve seen or which type you fall into, please remember to stay safe during this pandemic. Follow these instructions from the World Health Organization and remember to wash your hands for 20 seconds or longer! If you’re having trouble remembering, just print out a poster that’ll remind you!
Stay safe during this pandemic and rest assured that we will emerge from this challenge victorious!
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