About a week ago, this Malaysian doctor alongside his entire family was diagnosed with Covid-19 and was admitted at Teluk Intan hospital. Despite their unfortunate circumstances, the family remained cheerful and hopeful that they would get through it together.
True enough, according to a report by The Leader’s Online, Dr Samsu Ambia Ismail, (a specialist and the head of the emergency & trauma department at Teluk Intan Hospital), and his family have fully recovered and have been discharged from the hospital they were at today.
The happy news was shared by the same, eldest of the family, Erika Syamim Samsu Ambia on Twitter. She previously was also the one that shared a TikTok video of her and her family dealing with being at the hospital, when they were first diagnosed with the virus.
Besides a photo with a caption “Finally COVID free!!”, she also shared another TikTok video of her and her family changing out of hospital clothes back to their own clothing. She jovially noted that it was probably their last TikTok together at the hospital, thanking everyone for their kind prayers. Her post had many netizens showering the family with love and everlasting health.
The family underwent three tests before being certified cured and despite their recovery, they have been instructed to undergo a 14-day quarantine at home. For the time being, the family is carrying out disinfection methods at their home for precaution, and after 14 days of quarantine, they can all go back to their normal lives.
Okay so kitorg sekeluarga dah discharge!!! Thank you so mucchhh for all the kind prayers ♥️♥️ heres probably our last tiktok together dkt hospital pic.twitter.com/cKotRh7wKq
— Erika (@errikaaaaaaaa) April 5, 2020
“We have to (adhere) to strict quarantine. Food and raw materials will be sent to us by authorities. Now we spend time together as a healthy family at home, and we also helping out there who are asking us about this disease”, said Erika.
Aren’t they just a beacon of hope during these trying times?!
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