#MYStayHome: Lisa Surihani thought she had Covid-19


Lisa Surihani spending time doing homework with her two children. Photo: Instagram/Lisa Surihani

Even before the Movement Control Order (MCO) was in place, Lisa Surihani and her husband, Yusry Abdul Halim, decided not to send their children – aged two and four – to school anymore as they observed the situation involving Covid-19 escalating in the country.

“I also went to buy some essential items, not panic-buying, just the basic goods because I suspected some sort of restricted order would be put in place soon, ” she said in a phone interview.

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