M’sian Student Returning From UK Praises Quarantine Centres And Frontliners For Their Excellent Service
April 24, 2020 | Inspiring | No Comments
As we all know, Malaysians who return from overseas are mandated to be quarantined in quarantine centres for 14 days. Most quarantine centres are established hotels such as Hilton and even the Palace of Golden Horses. Unfortunately, despite all this comfort, there have been certain people who still managed to find something to complain about.
Amidst that, Abiramy Komaraswamy, an LLM student from the UK reached out to us to share her experience.
Abiramy shares with WORLD OF BUZZ her story of being quarantined at the Impiana KLCC for the past 14 days. She had nothing but praises towards the hotel staffs and frontliners who took care of them in the quarantine centre.
“Today I’m a proud lady of Malaysia. I would shout out loud and say I love Malaysia.”
“I’m extremely amazed with how Malaysia is handling, managing and protecting everyone in the country during this pandemic.”
Abiramy, whose quarantine ends today told that everything was extremely systematic and properly handled. She added that she has nothing to complain about and that she’s even amazed.
“Meals were always given on time and we had proper health screenings with so many essentials given, without us even requesting,” she said.
She also said that she would like to thank all out hardworking frontliners who’ve been battling this Covid-19 pandemic day and night. In the end, she simply said how proud she is to be Malaysian today and that Home means Malaysia!
We need more Malaysians like Abiramy who truly appreciate the effort by our Malaysian government. Let’s never forget what our frontliners did for us during this pandemic!