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Covid-19 has clawed its way out of our screens and into our lives.

THERE are some good lessons Malaysians can pick up as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to ravage the nation.

It’s still not too late to learn what we can from the first Movement Control Order (MCO), implemented in March last year.

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