Tearful tales of babies left at ‘hatches’

Safe haven: A member from the Johor Baru OrphanCare centre in Jalan Bakar Batu standing at a baby hatch. The other two hatches are located in Petaling Jaya and Sungai Petani.

JOHOR BARU: A total of 45 babies were rescued through OrphanCare Foundation facilities nationwide between March and December last year during the movement control order.

Sadly, some of them had been dead several hours before being sent to the so-called “baby hatch”.

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