Seniors sing away the blues at local shopping mall

Although they can’t move about as freely as before, the seniors still cherish the chance to meet every week. Photos: THE STAR/Izzrafiq Alias

She had her mask firmly on but Faridah Omar, 75, wasn’t going to stay put in the social distancing squares that were marked by yellow tape.

Faridah wanted to sing and dance and that’s exactly what she was determined to do – albeit wearing the protective mask and standing in a far corner away from the crowd.

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