Travelling can be stressful. From the long queues to the delayed flights; flying to your holiday destination can be a huge test to your temper. However, if you are travelling from a country that is at the centre of a deadly virus epidemic, you just need to deal with all the extra procedures. No excuses, no shortcuts.
It’s only precautionary to assume that every visitor from China carries the Wuhan Coronavirus as it is best to take extra measures to prevent the virus from spreading even further.
A video that was shared on Twitter shows an alleged tourist from China who was acting angrily after he was kept in a space, most probably for further screening by the airport authorities.
In the video, he can be seen knocking loudly on the glass wall. He even tried to climb the wall in an effort to get the attention of the authorities.
As if Malaysians are not already annoyed by the selfishness of the tourists from China, putting up these kinds of antics will definitely increase the dislike and annoyance.
Watch the video here:
— TheDoctor 🇲🇾 (@CVO_II) January 25, 2020
The country is currently under immense stress as the public is worried about the potential of having to face a plague here in Malaysia.
We are also worried about all the Malaysians at the frontline, who have to endanger themselves because of a few people who won’t listen to instruction and are just busy thinking of themselves. We pray things will get better soon.
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