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COVID-19 outbreaks in Malaysia and Free Printable Posters and Signs for COVID-19

See, Write, and Post-it. Our eyes see and record every memory that goes on in life. COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered strain of coronavirus, a type of virus known to cause respiratory infections in humans. This new strain was unknown before December 2019, when an outbreak of pneumonia of unknown cause emerged in Wuhan, China. Covid-19 cases and how it leads to movement control order The first Covid-19 cases were reported in Malaysia on 24 January 2020, which involve a Chinese national. Click Here for more details. Concerning these cases, the Malaysian health ministry published guidelines on the virus and established designated hospitals in Malaysia's states to manage any positive issues. Apart from that, the Malaysian public had been reminded by the local authorities to take precautions. All of the direct flights between the state with China were stopped indefinitely. From January until February, the coronavirus cases keep increased, and those affected

My psycho ex-boyfriend part 2 - short stories 2020

"Hey, Darcy? have you heard of anything that happened to him?" - Sarah. "Who? That psycho man? I don't think so. I hope he gets caught by the police." - Darcy. "Yeah, me too; it's been a year, and hasn't heard any news about him? Hope you'll be fine." - Sarah "Don't worry, I'm safe here (laughing). Can't wait to see you again." - Sarah "Yeah, me too. See you next week Sarah. Bye." - Darcy Photo by StockSnap--894430 I hung up the phone. It's been a year I haven't heard any news from Julian. Sarah's question had made my anxiety arise. I was sitting in a cafe while listening to music. I spoke to her, Sarah, about our coming back to College. But, I had a trauma event regarding what happened a year ago. It was a crazy freshmen year.  Two days before I go back to college, I packed up my clothes and my things. My mother helps me with it. We talked a lot, and she knew what happened to my previous year in

Dorm number 14 - short stories 2020

See, Write, and Post-it. Our eyes see and record every memory that goes on in life. It's raining outside, drizzling, and cold. I looked at my phone, it's 5.45 O'clock in the evening. It was a gloomy Saturday; I was at home, alone again. Thinking of my little sister, but she was with my dad. And I am stuck with my mom.  It's been a month; I'm living with my mother—only the two of us. I missed my dad and my little sister; she was 10 years old. But, they both live in the cities. My father and mother got divorced not long ago. I haven't seen my dad and sister for a year.  This grown-up thing messed up my childhood.    I still contact my dad, video call with him, and my little sister. I am 8 years older than her. But, we both really close to each other. I am now 18 years old. Finally, I can make my own decision, and I hope I got an opportunity to go to the cities. Being away from home. I love my mom, but I don't like her boyfriend. She seems happy with her life a