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M’sian Girl Thought She Was Alone On Her Birthday in Quarantine, But The Frontliners Had A Different Idea

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Source: Khiera Wzag & WOB


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Being in lockdown and in quarantine by yourself can be a hard and lonely situation, especially when you miss your family and friends.

One Malaysian student, who was going through quarantine after coming in contact with a Covid-19 patient, thought she had to celebrate her birthday alone and thankfully, she was wrong.

Khiera Wzag took to her Twitter profile to showcase how the frontliners working during her quarantine had planned a surprised for her birthday.

She wrote, “Thank you to our cute and kind frontliner brothers and sisters, I love you all!”

“A few days before, the university’s deputy chancellor organised an online meeting with the students who were going through quarantine. He asked how we were, physically and mentally. I responded that I was a little sad that I had to celebrate my birthday alone in the room on 15 October and he pre-wished me a happy birthday,” she shared.

Her days went on as usual up until the day of her birthday.

“During lunchtime, the frontliners knocked on doors to pass out food as usual and they asked if this was Fakhira Amani’s room. I said yes and they immediately started singing the birthday song and handed me a piece of cake,” she added.

“They’re already so tired but still can make others happy. That really touched me,” she said.

Not only are our frontliners risking their own lives to try and save as many as they can, but they’re also caring enough to take extra measures to keep patients and those under quarantine healthy and happy during their stay.

Our frontliners truly deserve our appreciation, praise and support, now more than ever, and how can we show it to them? By wearing our masks properly in public places, sanitising our hands regularly and staying at home until the Covid-19 virus is fully eradicated from our shores.

Thank you so much for everything you’ve done, frontliners!

 

Also read: Volunteer Frontliner Shares How Malaysians in Sabah Reject Swab Tests Despite It Being Free & Accessible

Source: WOB


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