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Msians Everywhere Are Sending Love To The Front Liners As They Fight The COVID-19

Mar 18, 2020

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We’re at the end of day one of the Movement Control Order and many of us are still getting used to the new lifestyle.

But while we play our parts as responsible human beings, there are those who are risking their lives to help those in need like all the doctors and nurses.


As the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Malaysia seems to unfortunately rise day by day, it is the front liners who are now begging the public to stay at home and take all measures to protect their health and safety.

And while these front liners should not be begging in the first place, sadly it seems like quite a number of people are still not adhering to the new rules put in place with the Movement Control Order.

This order has been put in effect to help curb the spread of the virus and the government has advised to practice social distancing during this time.

While we do our parts in staying home, it is important to remember these front liners who are risking their health to take care of those who are unhealthy at this time.

All over the Twitterverse, Malaysians are sending their love and respect to these front liners whose dedications are unparalleled.


Jika mereka mampu menjalankan tanggungjawab mereka, kenapa tidak anda? Just stay at home!

A post shared by SYOK (@syok) on


Thank you to all the front liners who are working tirelessly to keep us safe! #StayHome and prevent #COVID19 from spreading! #KamiCare #DudukRumah

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Thank you doctors and nurses for your sacrifice. You always be our heroes.

Please be sure to do your part by staying home and protecting your health and safety.

You know the drill, wash your hands always, wear a face mask when needed, sanitise, avoid touching your face and keep practicing #SocialDistancing!

Together we can #FlattenTheCurve.

Stay updated with the latest COVID-19 news here: https://en.syok.my/covid-19

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