In times of crisis, there is still room for love and compassion.
But unlike students from other universities, their hostels would serve a different purpose after they’ve left and that’s to house Ministry of Health (MOH) staff members.
A tweet went viral recently of UiTM Sungai Buloh students leaving heartfelt messages for the MOH staff that will temporarily occupy their dorms.
since we know that there'll be 500 kkm staffs staying in our college soon, we left these thoughtful messages for these unsung heroes! 😊👨🏻⚕️🦸🏻♂️ hopefully they'll always be safe & sound throughout their stays here, thanks a lot!! #COVID19malaysia pic.twitter.com/qVG4HAKmjI— keem (@hak_eems) March 17, 2020
Netizens also showed their support for those who will be stationed there due to the spread of Covid-19.
This is so heartwarminggg 😭❤ This is the Malaysia I know. This is the Malaysia I love. https://t.co/l3UInNP0mc— Sharifah Hani Yasmin (@sharifahyasmiin) March 17, 2020
Hospital Sungai Buloh is one of the 12 hospitals nationwide that handles Covid-19 cases and it is able to cater up to 772 patients at one time.
Close to 700 cases have been reported and the disease has killed 2 people according to the Ministry of Health.
#COVID19 disease has spread all over Malaysia and killed two local men so far.— KKMPutrajaya (@KKMPutrajaya) March 17, 2020
Currently, 622 patients are receiving treatment in hospital with 12 in intensive care unit.
Malaysians, please distance yourselves from crowded places to prevent infections.#StayHome pic.twitter.com/eddQOaM9bD
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