Coping with Covid-19 positive kids

Azimah Abdul Aziz, 37, checking on her daughter Maryam after both of them tested positive for Covid-19. Mother and daughter have isolated in a bedroom while Azimah’s husband leaves meals and other necessities outside the room during their week-long quarantine. Photo: IMRAN HILMY/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Imagine having to explain to an eight-year-old boy that he has to be “home alone” in his room for seven days.

Civil servant Azizah Ahmad, 32, said she kept her son in a separate room after he tested positive for Covid-19 when he returned home from school.

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