Tayar pancits always come at the worst possible timing and during this MCO is probably one of those times.
According to a Facebook post, a doctor who works in a Shah Alam clinic had a burst tyre when she was on her way to work on 6th April. The abang-abang PDRM and the army “oppa” helped the doctor to replace her tyre so that she can be on her way to work.
As a token of appreciation, the doctor gave her fellow frontliners 2 boxes of masks that she had just picked up for the clinic. Klinik Setia Taipan reassures everyone that when the doctor is not on duty, she stays at home. However, when she is on duty, she wears her mask, face shield and scrubs.
The clinic told WORLD OF BUZZ that the doctor deeply appreciates the help given and would like to thank the police and army personnel,
“We sincerely appreciate the good will from our dear police and soldier “oppa”, frontliner to frontliner. Kita semua anak Malaysia.”
Other than that, the Shah Alam clinic urges everyone to stay safe and stay at home to fight Covid-19!
Thank you to all our frontliners for continuing to work outdoors during these trying times!
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