Helping the elderly stay safer during conditional MCO


Herrera ensures that her car is disinfected regularly when she ferries elderly clients. Photos: Oretha Herrera

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the current conditional movement control order (MCO), senior concierge service provider Oretha Herrera fully understands the need to keep her elderly clients safe.

Kuala Lumpur-based Herrera, 46, strictly follows the standard operating procedure (SOP) published on the National Security Council's website, which states that e-hailing drivers and taxis are required to disinfect their vehicles each day.

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