Our frontliners are clearly the obvious heroes during these trying times and it would be unimaginable, if they were not around.
Despite the daily stress and long working hours, several frontliners at a quarantine centre in Malacca took some time to help cheer up a little boy who had been admitted there.
In a recent video on social media, one of the frontliners @Ciaoticjoeadic0s revealed that they did it to stop baby Firaas from crying.
Okay original video! Sama je just boleh dengar la huru hara nak bagi baby firaas tak nangis ? pic.twitter.com/RazAkRDXBz
— jo (@Ciaoticjoeadi0s) July 1, 2021
Aysha Kahiruddin revealed that the incident took place at the Covid-19 Quarantine and Treatment Centre at MITC Malacca where the boy was quarantined with his family.
In the 17-second video, she shared that she was joined by two other frontliners in blue PPE suits. They apparently followed the tune of a dancing alien on their mobile phone.
“When the boy was being bottle-fed and in tears, we decided to show him a funny video of a dancing alien to cheer him up.
“He soon began to dance with us and we all joined in and had fun,” she added.
Netizens have since showered praises on the frontliner for their dedication and for going out of their way to cheer the little boy up.