Covid-19: Teen in quarantine hails govt, frontliners for 'insane level of efficiency'


KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): More Malaysians are showing their appreciation for the efforts frontliners are putting in to battle the Covid-19 pandemic.

Shacind Ananthan, a first-year Economic student in the United Kingdom, shared on Facebook about his journey home, which began in that country and ended at the Impiana KLCC Hotel, where he and 73 others are currently under quarantine.

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Coronavirus , Covid-19 , Quarantine , Frontliners , KLIA

   

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