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WHEN 2020 with its pandemic and lockdowns faded away, cautious optimism was in the air that 2021 would be the year that Covid-19, along with lockdowns, which had severely handicapped the global economy, would both make a disappearing act.

This cautious optimism was solely hinged on the emergence of Covid-19 vaccines on the scene. The Covid-19 vaccine finally made its debut when the US started its roll-out of the Pfizer vaccine in late December 2020.

Malaysia began inoculating its frontliners in late February 2021. By March, many countries had started their vaccination programmes. The vaccine euphoria had many experts predicting confidently that the global economy would return to pre-pandemic levels by the middle of 2021.

But all these were not to be.

The emergence of the more transmissible Delta variant, first detected in India in October 2020, had thrown a spanner in the works of eradicating the virus.

By the first half of 2021, it had spread to more than 130 countries, overwhelming the healthcare system of many countries including Malaysia, resulting in a record rise in daily infections and deaths. India itself suffered a deadly second wave in April and May, with more than 400,000 daily cases at its peak.

The situation seemed to be relatively all right in Malaysia as we entered May, with the daily infection on May 1 at 2,881 cases compared to 5,725 on January 29. But this did not last long when on May 21 the daily cases hit 6,493, and for the first time on July 13, it swelled to a five-digit figure of 11,079 cases.

Way before we hit this five-digit figure, then prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin declared on May 28 a nationwide “total lockdown” on all social and economic sectors from June 1 to 14.

However, on June 28, the countrywide lockdown was extended indefinitely until daily cases fell below 4,000. As the government was preparing to announce more stimulus to assist the lower income that was badly affected by the indefinite lockdown, a silver lining appeared.

Some citizens without any prompting either from the government or the opposition began the white flag movement, calling for households in dire straits to raise white flags to alert others to come to their aid.

On June 15, Muhyiddin introduced a four-phase National Recovery Plan (NRP) to help the country emerge from the pandemic and its economic fallout, based on three parameters – Covid-19 transmissions among the community based on the number of daily Covid-19 infections, capacity of the public healthcare system based on the bed utilisation rate in intensive care unit (ICU) wards, and the percentage of the population that has received two doses of vaccines.

From August 10 onwards, the fully vaccinated in phase 2 and 3 states had more freedom 14 days after their second dose (or 28 days for single-dose vaccines). 

The government also made it easier for the public to understand and follow the SOP by reducing them from 181 to just 10 in two weeks from September 14.


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