A simple act of kindness will always spark another. During these difficult times, there’s nothing we can do but to try and help each other out.
Our frontliners - doctors, nurses, cleaners, medical officers, policemen, riders, and security guards have been working night and day to ensure that all Malaysians are safe from the COVID-19 disease, risking their own health and safety.
So, the least we could do is stay at home, and prevent from getting infected or infecting other people.
Malaysians who are not on the frontline have also been sharing their own acts of kindness and tips on social media with the hashtag #KitaJagaKita, on how we can also help during these difficult times.
Some of the tips include donating funds to help out the frontliners or those who are affected by COVID-19, others have been helping by sending food and supplies to hospitals, there are also suggestions to tip delivery riders and some encouraged their followers to simply stay at home to help flatten the curve.
These are some of the tweets with the hashtag #KitaJagaKita:
So, take care of yourself and each other. Stay at home so that we can break the chain, and DO NOT panic buy… take only what you need and leave some for other people too.
By: Aishah Akashah Ahadiat