Frontliners at breaking point


Tough fight: The Health Ministry on its Facebook page pays tribute to its frontliners, many of whom are seen exhausted near their workstations on Labour Day.

PETALING JAYA: At the start of the pandemic, the applause for frontliners rang out loud and proud.

Though they may no longer be at the front line of public attention and the applause less audible, medical healthcare workers have not let up and are still clocking in gruelling hours attending to the infected.

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