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Tune Hotel Provides FREE Stay For HKL Workers Working Long Shifts, Breakfast Included

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The front liners who are working tirelessly in the hospitals are Malaysia’s unsung heroes right now. Hospital staff are working through countless hours and shifts in a head on battle with the rising number of Covid-19 cases.

Almost everyone can agree that hospital healthcare workers are the pillars in this fight against Covid-19. Therefore, these dedicated members of the society deserve recognition and support because they have put their blood, sweat and tears into helping other people.

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As a token of support, Tune Hotels has opened the doors of their Putra World Trade Centre Branch (PWTC) to the staff of Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL). According to Harian Metro, this initiative was taken by Yayasan ECM Libra with the support of Ormond Group.

These corporate entities have put forward the initiative after finding out that the healthcare workers of HKL were sleeping on the sidewalks of the hospital after working long shifts. Some of them are required to report to the next shift after their brief rest.

According to the Malay Mail, medical officers who are on call usually work up to 36 hours on a stretch.

The PWTC Branch is very convenient for the hardworking staff because it’s located nearby HKL and the hotel management are willing to provide 130 rooms, including breakfast.

Healthcare workers of HKL are able to utilise the free stay starting from 24th of March 2020 and it will be ongoing for the next 30 days to come.

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Source: Malay Mail

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