Her plants kept her sane while self-quarantined at home

  • Family
  • Thursday, 21 Jan 2021

Though she had all she needed in her room, to Reena, the most difficult thing about going through the quarantine was how the pandemic plays on the emotions. Photo: Pixabay

Kuala Lumpur-based Reena Raman (not her real name), 36, who has been room-quarantined at home for 10 days for being a close contact of someone who tested positive for Covid-19, says that it’s very important to be responsible.

“You may think that just because you tested negative that you don’t have to go through the quarantine, but that couldn’t be further from the truth, ” says the mother of two. “It’s just personal responsibility to self-isolate because you may test positive later, ” she adds.

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