Malaysian designer rallies friends, fans to help out medical frontliners

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  • Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020

Rico Rinaldo believes that everyone should spread a little optimism in these trying times.

Fashion designer Rico Rinaldi is raising funds to help healthcare workers at Putrajaya Hospital, Selangor. He found out that the hospital needed help to build emergency modular chalets for the triage of Covid-19 patients.

Frontliners also need basic supplies like rice, cooking oil, flour, eggs and sugar, as well as toiletries. Most of them have family at home, but lack the time to go out to shop or head back to their houses.

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