Sadness #Covid19 and the Reality of the Virus

The death toll around the world as we publish this article is 1.34million while those who are positive stands out at 55.6million.

We have also been informed by our Malaysia Health Ministry that we need to follow the Standard Operating procedures {SOP} and they too update us daily and in Malaysia 20/11/20 our latest figure we have had 329 deaths and 52638 positive cases.

The Facts as we all know is that Coronavirus disease (#COVID19) is an infectious disease.

The virus that causes COVID-19 is mainly transmitted through droplets generated when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or exhales. These droplets are too heavy to hang in the air, and quickly fall on floors or surfaces.

You can be infected by breathing in the virus if you are within close proximity of someone who has COVID-19, or by touching a contaminated surface and then your eyes, nose or mouth.

So we must at all times practise #socialdistancing #wearyourmasks #washyourhands #avoidcrowdedareas #staysafe

We are saddened by the passing of a fellow Malaysian who fell victim to this Virus #covid19 and we pray for his soul and we hope that his family and friends remain strong .

Our prayers and thoughts are with the Family and relatives and we Thank YOU for this post as its a TIMELY REMINDER TO ALL MALAYSIANS IRRESPECTIVE OF COLOUR,RACE,RELIGION,CULTURE that this Virus is deadly and will not spare anyone who are not careful and does not follow the SOPs by the Authorities.

God Bless us all in Malaysia and wherever you are. Take Care

{Extracted from an online portal with thanks}

A 58-year-old man had scribbled his parting words to his family on a piece of paper before he died of Covid-19 at the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital (HRPB) in Ipoh, Perak on Wednesday.

Tolong doa dan terus solat hajat. Abah mintak maaf. Jaga diri semua (Please pray and continue performing solat hajatAbah is sorry. Take care, everyone),” read the note written by Ahmad Ahmad Taib before his passing.

His 32-year-old daughter Syafiqa Humairak posted pictures of the note on Facebook, which has since gone viral.

“This is the final note that abah left before he was sedated last Monday. I cry every time,” she posted, along with the pictures of the note, as well as the funeral at the Jalan Bendahara Muslim Cemetery in Ipoh.

She later said the family was not allowed to keep the note due to concerns that it may be contaminated with Covid-19, as reported by the New Straits Times.

Ahmad, who suffered from kidney disease, tested positive last Thursday and was admitted to the HRPB for quarantine and treatment.

However, Syafiqa said her father’s condition soon deteriorated,, and the doctors decided to sedate him on Monday.

“He wrote the notes before he was sedated. He was not able to talk. We also managed to make a video call to him before he fell into a coma,” she said.

Most of the family were not able to attend her father’s funeral, she said, as many of them, including her one-month-old nephew, had tested positive for Covid-19.

She also clarified that she, her husband and one other relative were the only ones not to get infected among her family members.