The Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) of Kota Damansara, Shatiri Mansor announced that he, his wife and two of his children have tested positive for the Covid-19 virus.
He took to his official Facebook page to make the announcement via a video.
YB Kota Damansara dan keluarga positif Covid-19Berhati-hati semua#KitaJagaKita#PutuskanRantaianCovid#Shatiri4KC
Posted by Shatiri FanClub – Kota Damansara on Isnin, 5 Oktober 2020
He shared that his wife had tested positive first, on 30 September, and was admitted to Hospital Sungai Buloh for treatment. During a second swab test, he and two of his children tested positive as well and were taken to a hospital for treatment.
He also revealed that they, as a family, along with seven staff members had just returned from Sabah and were in the process of self-quarantine. Meanwhile, the Kota Damansara DUN Service Centre remains open to the public and is currently being manned by staff members who did not travel to Sabah.
We’re currently seeing quite a rise in Covid-19 numbers but what makes it most concerning is the fact that a lot of ministers and politicians are a contributing factor to these numbers, with the general public coining the hashtags, #KlusterMenteri and #KlusterPolitik.
If our politicians can’t be role models during a time like this, then who are Malaysians supposed to turn to?
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