Worrying Trend, Part 2

19 Oct

Last week, the CMCO phase was enforced, and there was confusion as far as activities are concerns. Initially, I thought it would be a blanket ruling, and no golf allowed because the situation now is very different from the first CMCO period. The sudden steep spike in Covid-19 positive cases in the country is worrying so much so, the authorities decided to reinstate the CMCO to curb the contagion.

Well, golf is allowed but back to the single-buggy single-player ruling. However, if hubby and I play at the same time, both of us can share a buggy because we are from one household.

Contrary to this option, we can choose to use the golf trolley or carry our bags if we play at the Hills course of our club. So far, I have had a mixture of the single buggy, shared buggy, and golf trolley games the past week. I anticipate the same again for this week’s games.

Hopefully, positive cases will decrease and the CMCO lifted by the end of the second week. We can only hope. Until then, golf rules for social distancing remains as is.

2 Responses to “Worrying Trend, Part 2”

  1. Stuart Danker October 20, 2020 at 10:17 am #

    It’s a circus with the regulations. One moment it’s two people per restaurant table, then it’s five, then now there’s talk about a statewide EMCO in Selangor. It’s so infuriating to be honest. Anyway, hope you’re getting through well during these weird times!

    • angieneering101 October 20, 2020 at 2:55 pm #

      I feel like a pawn in this power play situation that’s going on amid the pandemic. Otherwise, holding up okay.

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