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China Gives PDRM Over 20,000 Pieces of Medical Equipment to Protect Themselves in Line of Duty

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Source: Hishammuddin Hussein's Facebook & Astro Awani

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Since the implementation of the Movement Control order, everyone has been instructed to stay at home. While many people obey the order and work from home for the sake of curbing the spread of Covid-19, certain Malaysians are still extremely stubborn to loiter outside unnecessarily.

Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin had made TWO televised announcement just to urge people to stay at home, and Yang di-Pertuan Agong made another one last night (20 March) conveying the same message. Since many more rakyat failed to understand the importance of staying at home, police have been deployed to the streets to ensure that the Order can be executed smoothly.

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It was reported that China had provided more than 20,000 medical devices to aid Malaysian police in order to carry out their duties while having enough supplies to protect themselves. Foreign Minister Hishammuddin Hussein brought this news to his Facebook page yesterday, expressing gratitude towards China for providing massive support for the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM).

Malaysian Police Receive 20,000 Medical Devices From China - World Of Buzz

According to him, a total of 1,000 face masks, 20,000 medical masks, 100 protective clothing, as well as 100 goggles were handed over to Malaysian ambassador in Beijing, Raja Dato’ Nurshirwan and Royal Malaysia Police representative, Chern Lea Keong yesterday.

His Facebook caption reads:

“More support on medical equipment! Thank you again to China for contributing 1,000 face masks, 20,000 medical masks, 100 protective clothing and 100 goggles during this crucial time for the personnel of the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM). Malaysia and China –  blood is thicker than water!”

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Along with the boxes of medical supplies, a message was attached to them, “Air dicincang takkan putus”, which means “blood is thicker than water”, implying the good relationship between both countries.

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Since China announced that there were no new local Covid-19 cases for the past couple of days, we are glad to hear that they are offering support to countries that are currently suffering from the impact caused by the pandemic.

Again guys, stay at home. You are already doing a lot just by staying at home and practising social distancing.

 

Also read: YDPA Spent Time At Road Blocks To Make Sure Covid-19 Movement Restrictions Are Going Smoothly

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