Covid-19: Two Malaysia hashtags, including #StayAtHome, trending in the country


Neurosurgeon Gee Teak Sheng took took to Facebook to remind Malaysians that staying home would help to not only curb the spread but also lighten the burden of front-line medical experts during this crucial time. - GEE TEAK SHENG /FACEBOOK /ANN

KUALA LUMPUR: A social media post by a Malaysian doctor urging the public to adhere to the government's restricted movement order (RMO) has triggered a #StayAtHome and #KitaJagaKita (We take care of ourselves) campaign on social media.

Dr Gee Teak Sheng, a consultant neurosurgeon at Penang's Pantai Hospital, took to Facebook to remind Malaysians that staying home would help to not only curb the spread but also lighten the burden of front-line medical experts during this crucial time.

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