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PDRM Officer Sleeps In Tent Outside House To Protect Family In Case He Gets Infected While On Duty

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PDRM Officer Sleeps In Tent Outside House To Protect His Family Just In Case He Gets Infected While On Duty - WORLD OF BUZZ
Source: Malay Mail & China Press

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While all of us are at home following orders to quarantine ourselves during this Movement Control Order, our authorities are busy out there making sure that Malaysian citizens aren’t coming out of their houses for no legitimate reason.

This puts them at risk of getting infected with Covid-19 if they happen to come into close contact with an infected person.

A police officer who is on duty every day because of the movement control order, set up a tent outside his house to sleep in to minimise contact with his family just in case he gets infected Covid-19 while working.

According to China Press, he would return home every night but would not go into his house to take a bath or have a meal. Instead, he would do everything outside his house, including taking a bath and sleeping in a tent to lower the chances of his family getting infected with the virus.

He hopes that those who still take their families out or go out with friends will stop being selfish and stay home with their families during this period of movement control order.

Just stay home, guys.

 

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Source: China Press

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