This is the face mask brand that we prescribe nowadays even though it is quite expensive compared to the cheap blue coloured ones sold in supermarkets. We get ours from the local pharmacy and it is a well-made face mask and it is locally made as well.
One of the positive outcomes of the COVID19 pandemic is the development and improvement of pandemic management from rolling out of the vaccines, quarantine procedures and close contact tracing using the MySejahtera app.
And thanks to these action plans, our medical front-liners were not overwhelmed by the number of severe cases and we were able to recover from strict lockdowns and a high number of cases.
I always find it illogical for politicians to organise large political gatherings when the number of COVID19 cases shoots through the sky but you cannot have large family gatherings in fear of COVID19 infections. So which is which? Image source: Malaysia Gazette / Twitter.
There are tonnes of useless videos on Youtube but over the years, I have managed to filter down and consolidate a playlist comprised of road trips on motorbikes, urban paranormal adventures, knowledge or analytical based videos and now I got hooked with adventurers who doing long-distance road trips on bicycles. Image Source: Photo by Kon Karampelas on Unsplash
Doing long-distance rides on a bicycle is nothing new in Western countries but it is rather rare in these parts of the world where proper touring bicycles are very expensive, the infrastructure and roads are bad and personal safety is a big issue.
The trip to Sekinchan is actually our first trip outside of our usual safe zone namely sibling and relative house since the COVID19 pandemic started. It was also one of the few trips that will take us a day to go and come back home and yet still be able to do some activities. It is cheaper as we don’t have to book any accommodations so we can use the cash for something else.