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I fully understand your feelings. We are all worried for ourselves and our loved ones, here and overseas … Our hospitals and healthcare workers are well prepared. We have been preparing for something like this ever since SARS in 2003.
We must take swift action against such falsehoods. Otherwise, there is a grave risk that they will spread and cause panic among our citizens.
Anywhere you go, you are always self-conscious of touching someone or you always have to keep in mind that you have to keep a distance from the person you're walking next to.
The farmers here are doing a hard job, and the income is not so good. Sometimes it is not enough to fulfil the needs of their families.
You wouldn’t know what items you’d get. So it’s like a thrill.