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SENIOR citizens and those with comorbidities should pay attention and heed the Health Ministry’s recent announcement to not travel abroad and to avoid crowded places in light of the new Covid-19 Omicron variant.
This advice should be taken seriously by everyone, regardless of age.
There is a fine line between lives and livelihoods. However, there is no need to gamble with dear life by taking unnecessary risks.
Most people have lowered their guard in the fight against the pandemic. Some argue and preach that the coronavirus is just another flu virus; while others say having an extra-cautious approach to the pandemic is akin to living in a cave.
Let me send out a strong message to these people: I value life, including yours. Please do not be selfish and say that all is clear when it is not. The government has opened up economic sectors and lifted the interstate travel ban in the best interest of economic sustainability.
It is not 100% safe to do away with the use of face masks, social distancing, contact tracing and the likes; actually, it will be most careless to do so. So, please, for the sake of everyone follow standard operating procedures. They are in place to not serve as an annoyance or hindrance, but protect me and you.
We can all agree that it is not sustainable for the country to undergo an extended period of lockdowns. Now, as we edge closer to normalcy, we must remember that the pandemic has stolen much from us.
We are still recovering from left-behind economic wounds. Some are able to recoup, while others have gone forever. The high death rates recorded just a few months back serves as a grim reminder to us of the ultimate price paid for non-compliance.
The year is about to draw to a close. It might be a good time to do some self-reflecting. And while the New Year promises a fresh start, we must never carry past mistakes into 2022. – December 2, 2021.
* Yeap Ming Liong reads The Malaysian Insight.
* This is the opinion of the writer or publication and does not necessarily represent the views of The Malaysian Insight.