COVID-19 Frontliners Plead To Malaysians: 'Please Stay Home'

You're making their jobs more difficult.

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COVID-19 Frontliners Plead To Malaysians: 'Please Stay Home'

Don't make their jobs even more difficult than it already is.

During these trying times, the ones who are affected the most are not COVID-19 patients: it is the frontliners who are working tirelessly to help battle the deadly pandemic.

Their annual leave has been cancelled, their working schedule is basically 24/7, they don't get enough sleep, they face the highest risk of being exposed to the disease and are still doing their best to help those who have contracted the disease.

However, some Malaysians are making their jobs a little more difficult, and these poor frontliners are now pleading for your help.

Please stay home for us

Hashtags such as #dudukrumah, #stayhome and #staysafestayhome have been trending all day on social media site Twitter.

Most of the tweets feature photos of medical professionals holding up a sign that reads: 'I stay at work for you. You stay at home for me'.

Don't make their lives more difficult, guys.
Help them help you.
Please help them out.
Gathering of any sort would spread the virus.
Staying home is the fastest way to kill the virus.
So please, make their work easier.
Not only that, even the police and firefighters are pleading to Malaysians to stay home:

Abang bomba, too, is pleading.
Just stay home and let abang polis do his job, yeah?

Why it's important to #dudukrumah

Health Director-General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah warned that if people don't take things seriously, a third wave of COVID-19 could be on it's way.

In a Facebook post, Dr Noor Hisham reminded the public to stay at home and practice social distancing.

"We have a slight chance of breaking the COVID-19 infection chain. Help MOH by playing your part as each individual is responsible for taking every step necessary to keep yourself and your family safe."

"Failure is not an option here. Otherwise, we might face the third wave of the virus," he warned.

He added that the wave could easily turn into a tsunami especially with the "I don't care" attitude shown by people.

"I appeal to all Malaysians, please take this movement control order seriously. Stay home and don't go out," he said.

Stay Put! Why All The Fuss Over The Movement Control Order?

So, listen to Dr Noor Hisham and other health experts, you guys.

It doesn't take that much of effort pun. Just duduk kat rumah! That simple action of just staying at home could help stop the spread of the virus!

Do your part people. Be a responsible Malaysian! Be a responsible human being! 

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