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M’sian Shopping Malls and Retailers Are Motivating Each Other To Stay Strong In This Wholesome Thread

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Shopping malls around the Klang Valley are currently seeing a drop in the number of visitors following the never-ending outbreak of Covid-19 since last week.

Truth be told, compliance to SOPs are underway but understandably people seem to be turned away by the news of Covid-19 cases surfacing in public areas such as shopping malls.

To keep morale up, Sungei Wang Facebook page, took to social media taking a human like facade giving out motivational messages to other shopping malls affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

It has been a very difficult time, for each and everyone of us.Worry not, as we will rise again once all this…

Posted by Sungei Wang 金河广场 on Selasa, 13 Oktober 2020

That’s so cool!

It’s cool enough that we are all rooting for each other, but other brands to do the same thing, is indeed on a whole different level.

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Inviting shopping malls to persevere, other brands too began to pitch in and gave their own messages of encouragement.

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Shopping malls too have stepped up their game by giving their own messages of support for each other.

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With the number of cases currently on the rise, we know that things will not be easy in the coming months, especially for businesses big or small.

Let’s weather this storm together. Remember #kitajagakita.

 

Also read: JUST IN: Malaysia Records 869 Cases Today

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