Malaysian community unites to make face shields for Covid-19 frontliners

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  • Thursday, 02 Apr 2020

(Left) Jayden Ho, 13, and Jenelle, 11, with the face shields for frontliners they helped to make with their parents. Photo: Adrian Ho

Rashidah Hashim felt she could not sit home and do nothing during the movement control order, especially when the dedicated medical staff and enforcement officers were out there battling Covid-19.

The 57-year-old was already sending food to frontliners when a friend of hers said that she was making face shields at the request of a doctor in Ipoh, Perak.

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