Malaysians show their kind side during the Covid-19 pandemic and MCO

  • Malaysia
  • Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020

It’s during times of crisis that people need to show kindness to those in need, says founder of the #KitaJagaKita initiative Hanna Alkaf.

The Covid-19 pandemic, which has impacted people from all walks of life – from celebrities and businessmen to refugees and migrant workers – has brought many together, offering their support to frontliners and vulnerable communities.

It was clear from the start of the Covid-19 pandemic that Malaysians need to look after one another, and the initiative #KitaJagaKita to mobilise aid drew strong public response and support.

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