A helping hand from volunteer medics

PETALING JAYA: It was close to 10pm – way past the hour to break fast during Ramadan – when Dr Ahmad Yusuf Yahaya returned home from his journey to Hospital Sabak Bernam.

The chief coordinator of Imaret, the relief and outreach arm of the Islamic Medical Association of Malaysia, had been there to deliver supplies to frontliners in the early weeks of the movement control order.

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