We hope that if we do it carefully and do it right, the number, even as it goes up, it will continue to go up slowly, and it will continue to remain under control and we will be able to step up our contact tracing, our quarantine efforts to minimise the risk of transmission in the community, and minimise the risk of large clusters being formed.
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Do not drag the country again into political uncertainty when the citizens are already facing various problems and a difficult future due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This virus is really … one of the hardest viruses I can see, in terms of how this virus can easily move around the human population ... Just be ready that it will be with us for a long time.
With a lot of shop closures, it's quite difficult to (create a) mind map in my head. I tend to slow down because ... I have to make sure that I'm going on the right track.
(Seeing the impact of COVID-19) prompted a bit of introspection as well as thinking about our strengths – how can we leverage that to give back to the community?
I’m feeling very positive because of all the love (I’ve) received. It’s given me an immense amount of energy to carry on. It feels like everyone’s supporting us and we aren’t fighting it alone … That’s done a great amount to lift my spirit.