Malaysian IT manager arranges free meals for Covid-19 patients at local hospital

Delbir Singh (in white) with the Rela team at Sungai Buloh Hospital, about to bring the food packets into the building. Photos: Jesvinder Singh

For IT service delivery manager Jesvinder Singh, 51, helping others is all about “the value of life”.

“When some of my fellow villagers were infected with Covid-19, my friends and I decided to do something to help them, ” says Jesvinder, from Kalumpang, Hulu Selangor, a village on the border between Selangor and Perak, 80km from Kuala Lumpur.

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