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Abstract : Students in Malaysia were significantly impacted when a mandatory Movement Control Order (MCO) was issued during the COVID-19 pandemic. Because the COVID-19 pandemic is so severe, it is extremely important to evaluate the physical functioning of students who are socially isolated and do not participate in regular physical activity. In light of the gravity of the situation, the purpose of this concept paper is to shed some light on the state of Malaysian students' physical functioning throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Understanding how students' bodies functioned during the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of their overall health, risky behaviours, the quality of their sleep, and their eating habits could be essential for the formation of an endemic society and the development of effective measures to deal with catastrophic events.