Seperti yang kita sedia maklum, PKPB telah dilanjutkan kepada Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Pemulihan (PKPP) mulai 10 Jun 2020 hingga 31 Ogos 2020. Setelah menikmati “cuti” yang panjang, kini sekolah akan dibuka semula secara berperingkat mulai 24 Jun 2020. Tarikh ini hanya dibenarkan untuk pelajar Tingkatan 5 & 6 sahaja, iaitu yang terlibat dengan peperiksaan besar seperti SPM dan STPM. Manakala bagi pelajar tahun lain akan diumumkan secara berperingkat dan dari semasa ke semasa.
The Great Pandemic of 2020 has dramatically impacted the world including Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia. However, this nation has done remarkably well to contain the spread of Covid-19 within and without its borders. The efforts by the government, health authorities, frontliners, and essential workers, NGOs, and other parties, including the public's cooperation, have saved and protected many lives while ensuring the country's prospects for a better future. In fact, Malaysia's example of successfully dealing with the crisis is considered exemplary, worldwide.
Malaysia is currently entering recovery movement control order (RMCO) which has been announced by Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin. This RMCO started from 10th June and will end on 31st August 2020. In line with the announcement made, majority of the economy sector can be operated with full manpower. Commercial activities such as sports and recreational is allowed but need to follow the standard operation procedure (SOP). Even though the new cases reported recently is consider low, however, Malaysia should not take it lightly.
The world is facing a shortage of masks and other protective equipment against the coronavirus (Covid-19). Surgical masks are especially needed. But do they really work? What kind of mask can actually prevent Covid-19? Read this article to understand the answer.