With so many Covid-19 cases, Malaysian actress Fasha Sandha doesn’t dare leave the house

A filepic of Fasha Sandha who is currently starring in the drama series 'Scammer'. Photo: SAM THAM/The Star

Due to rising Covid-19 cases recently, Malaysian actress Fasha Sandha is taking all the steps in ensuring the safety of her family and everyone around her.

This includes the wearing of double face masks as recommended by the government whenever she does have to go out.

“With the number of cases increasing lately, I am taking extra precautions while adhering to the SOP. I don’t go to any places with a lot of people and I double up my face masks, ” she told mStar, The Star’s Malay portal.

“My children are now studying online. Although this is challenging especially since they’re so young, they are getting used to it, ” added the 37-year-old who is mum to three children.

The oldest turns eight this year and the youngest was born last year.

Fasha shared on Instagram that she is quite fierce when teaching her kids at home.

“I just stay at home these days, and go out only when it is absolutely necessary, ” said Fasha, adding that this is made easier thanks to the convenience of buying items online.

The actress is currently starring in the Astro Ria’s drama series titled Scammer.

According to her, she got to learn more about con artists who dupe the public out of their money, while making the show.

“There are plenty of lessons shown in the show. The most important one is not to trust people so easily.

“Do not agree to anything, especially when it is a stranger at the end of the call making the promises, ” continued Fasha.

In the show, Fasha’s character discovers that she is married to a con artist who’s been earning money illegally.

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