Mau looks forward to changes when COVID-19 crisis is over

As the world faces a pandemic that has already taken thousands of lives while continuously crippling the globe’s movement, people could only hope for the better once this is all over.

This is what Kalei Mau is looking forward to as well.

In an Instagram post Wednesday, the 24-year old outside hitter said she’s expecting changes and improvements when and after the ongoing COVID-19 global crisis is over.

“I am Looking Forward To the changes of norms and conceptual boundaries that we as a Society will have the power to make once our precious planet takes this time to Reset,” Mau said.

While in quarantine and isolation, the F2 Logistics also encouraged people to take this time to think of ways to make the environment and oneself better.

“I encourage you to think of ways you can better the environment and maintain your health when this is all over,” she added.

The Department of Health has reported a total of 636 cases as of Wednesday afternoon while the death toll is only at 38. Recovery count is at 26.

Following the enhanced community quarantine implemented in Luzon last week, the 2020 Philippine SuperLiga (PSL) Grand Prix, where Mau and the Cargo Movers were playing earlier this month, has been canceled.