It’s understandable that many are worried about the Prime Minister’s upcoming announcement on the potential Movement Control Order (MCO).
But, that doesn’t mean that we should all start panicking… again.
The We are Malaysians Facebook page took to their profile to showcase crowded hypermarkets in Penang, as people rushed to buy their essentials and groceries before the Prime Minister announces any potential lockdowns.
They wrote, “MCO 2.0?”
In the photos, it seems as though everyone is wearing their face masks properly following the rules set in place, but the number of people seen still makes us a little uncomfortable.
For those heading to do their grocery shopping, we urge you to avoid crowded hypermarkets for your own safety and for the safety of those around you.
We genuinely hope that all the shoppers are following the standard operating procedures set in place, such as physical distancing, wearing a face mask accordingly, and checking in with the MySejahtera application.
We also hope that everyone buys only what they need as the previous MCO has shown that there is absolutely no need to over-purchase items. The government has emphasised that there is enough food to go around for everyone.
What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section.
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