19 COVID-19-Related Terms You Should Be Familiar With

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When the MCO was first announced, most of us went into a frenzy – and even more so when it was extended for another fortnight.

In order to help the front-liners and refrain from being labelled a “covidiot”, remember to continue to #WYH and practise social distancing. Together, we can avoid community spread and help flatten the curve faster!

As we enter day 19 of our #MCO, we’re sure that most of you, just like us, must be quite overwhelmed with the different terms and abbreviations that are used in the media and social media platforms to describe the COVID-19 pandemic and everything that’s related to it.

COVID-19, as we all know, is the latest pest on Earth and is described by the WHO as an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. To make it easier for you, we’ve put together a list of words so that you’ll understand what’s really going on in the world right now. You’re welcome!


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