Since the start of the Covid-19 outbreak, our frontliners, from healthcare workers, policemen, Rela members and others have been pushed to the limit.
Apart from caring for the sick, they have also a host of other tasks, including maintaining cleanliness and the safety of those concerned.
Around the clock, they are kept busy, with many having to wear PPE suits for up to 16 hours a day even.
The same applies to volunteers and doctors assigned to handle the ongoing Covid-19 National Immunisation Programme (NIP), tasked with ensuring every Malaysian is vaccinated against the virus.
Since the start of the vaccination exercise, Malaysians have done their part to bring a smile to the faces of those at the vaccination centres.
Some bought them gifts and food, while others came to the centres dressed in a host of costumes to add some cheer.
To date, we have seen Spiderman, Ultraman, a dinosaur, Mickey Mouse and the most recent, the Hungry Ghose in conjunction with the ongoing festival.
Everyone at the vaccination centre was certainly amazed when the Hungry Ghost came prancing in and many were seen snapping pictures.
Till today, the person behind the Hungry Ghost remains a mystery, but whoever it was, thanks for the smiles and change of environment.