It’s day three of the imposition of the Movement Control Order (“MCO”) across Malaysia, and Cyberlynx would like to keep you updated on our student’s wellbeing, safety and security. The MCO was quite a sudden move by the government and it took everyone by surprise. As a result, several of our students were unable to head back to their families before the lockdown.
No doubt a stressful time for everyone, especially our students who arrived for the March intake from afar, we here at Cyberlynx took no time in ensuring that the welfare of all our students are well taken care of during this period.
Staff members from the Registry and Student Affairs department made frequent daily visits to the student dormitories to ensure that the hygiene standards are being upheld. Thorough checks were conducted to ensure that the students themselves abide by the regulations put up for their own benefit, such as the frequent use of hand sanitisers and the wearing of face masks when they are heading out.
Anticipating that getting food may be a challenge for the students during the MCO, Cyberlynx has taken measures to ensure that there will be multiple platforms available for our students to obtain food, either from food delivery services or local eateries. Students have also been strongly advised to only frequent places of necessity and not simply loiter around in public places. They were further advised against driving unnecessarily as the police are setting up various checkpoints and they could end up on the wrong side of the law if caught.
Despite the challenges that the students are facing, Cyberlynx is happy to announce that they are all settling in and getting along well under the close supervision of our dedicated staff.
These services extended are part of Cyberlynx International College’s Community Service Projects.