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Malaysian government organization warns women 'not to nag husbands' during coronavirus outbreak

The campaign material was posted to social media using the hashtag, #WomenPreventCOVID-19.

Thousands of Americans are working from home and adjusting to a "new normal" amid the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, more and more couples are being forced to spend more time with each other .

You'd think it be fun and full of bliss, but in many households that is not the case.

In effort to curb disputes, Malaysia's Ministry for Women, Family and Community Development  released a campaign advising women to not nag their husbands as a means to strop the spread of COVID-19. 

The campaign material was posted to social media using the hashtag, #WomenPreventCOVID-19. 

The campaign suggested that women not be sarcastic when asking for help with household chores and urged them to dress up and put on makeup, according to NPR

The campaign was met with great resistance. With several women sighting the influx in domestic violence being seeing across the country. 

The images from the campaign, now deleted from their social media pages, were screen captured by twitter user, @Honeyean. 

According to news reports, the number of domestic violence incidents in both China and France has risen as people across much of those countries have been quarantined.

What can you do if your in an abusive home or your worried about someone else who is? The Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is still up and running. Give them a call and they can help you think through a plan: 216-391-HELP (4357). 

Malaysia has the largest number of coronaviurs cases in Southeast Asian, with nearly 3, 000 confirmed cases, NPR reports. 

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