The COVID-19 pandemic and the implementation of the Movement Control Order (MCO) has been hard on a lot of people.
Photo via Berita Harian
But Malaysians everywhere, regardless of their background, are still coming together to help our frontliners against COVID-19.
One Malaysian girl, who recently became viral on the internet, was seen sewing personal protective equipment (PPE) gowns for our medical frontliners, and she managed to do that despite being born with no hands!
Norfarrah Syahirah Shaari, who is a motivational speaker, shared a one-minute 59 second video clip on her Facebook page of her sewing with her feet.
“Many people want to see how I sew with my feet. Well, here let me show you my skills and my way of sewing.”
She is also a part of a charity and social responsibility project called the #DariKomunitiUntukKomuniti which is made up of members from the Teluk Intan Community College.
What an inspiration! This shows that anyone can be a hero. Let’s help our frontliners by staying at home, and together, we can flatten the curve!
By: Aishah Akashah Ahadiat