A Malaysian doctor, his wife, and their five children have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Despite the dire situation they find themselves in, they remain cheerful as ever, even went on to TikTok when their 17-year-old shared their experience quarantined together.
Sharing her family’s experience on twitter, @errikaaaaaaaa writes, “Even though we are COVID-19 positive, as a family we will get through this together. We are ok. Here is a TikTok video of us entertaining ourselves.”
Reported via Channel News Asia, the family mentioned in the report belonged to Dr Samsu Ambia Ismail a specialist and the head of the emergency and trauma department at Teluk Intan Hospital.
Becoming the first in his family to be infected with COVID-19, they have since been isolated at the hospital for the past six days.
@errikaaaaaaaa or Erika Syamim, her four and her mother were isolated a day later.
Transforming her Twitter account into a vehicle to share their journey, @errikaaaaaaaa shared that her father had fever, cough and breathing difficulties while the rest just had a fever.
Maintaining much positivity, here is what she has to say to others going through the same ordeal, “If you are in the ward, don’t be lemau (sluggish). Be cheerful, insyaallah (God willing) we can fight the disease too.”
Let’s pray and hope that Erika and her family will be blessed with a speedy recovery.
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