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#NSTletters Nonetheless, trying to get back to where we left off may be easier said than done. Every day, we hear and read about people getting infected with the #Covid19 virus.

Covid 19, Letters

14/11/2021 7:19:00 PM

NSTletters Nonetheless, trying to get back to where we left off may be easier said than done. Every day, we hear and read about people getting infected with the Covid19 virus.

Shops, restaurants, hotels and resorts, recreation parks and sporting arenas have reopened their doors. Passengers have flocked back to airports to go on a much-needed holiday or to balik kampung. It’s a relief that we can come out and go about our activities.

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