Ep 10: Locked Down in Malaysia

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20 Mar 2020 β€’ 19m00s

This week, Gary and Hannah are in different locations in the Malaysian capital as the Movement Control Order locks down daily life.

Our 10th podcast discusses how the lockdown came about, and the impact so far on travel and tourism as well as ordinary living. With Malaysia having the fifth-highest COVID-19 infection rate in Asia, concerns abound that the two-week lockdown will be extended - and made stricter.

How much more havoc will the coronavirus wreak throughout South East Asia?

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