Our Frontliners in every sector have worked hard for the safety of the lives of all Malaysians to curb the Pandemic #covid19. We can show our appreciation by doing OUR PART in following the SOP’s which has been implemented by the Country’s Adminstration.
We feel saddened by the loss of one of our own “A doctor”overcame by Fatigued who served the country during the trying times of the #covid19.
We extend our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones and together with all Malaysians we thank you for your unselfish professional work.
In short,”Ribuan Terima Kasih” and you will be treasured by us all.
#stayhome #staysafe #uniteagainstcovid19 #wearamask #socialdistancing
(Extracted from an online portal)
A DOCTOR working as a Health Ministry frontliner has died recently, said Skuad Pengurusan Jenazah Malaysia (SPJM).
The group, sharing the news through SPJM Facebook page late Tuesday night, said Dr Ali Noor Hassan’s death was believed to be caused by extreme fatigue.
In the post, SPJM said Dr Ali fell ill due to the continuous workload and fatigue, apart from having no time to rest.
“He fell asleep while on duty, and fainted,” the post read as reported by the New Straits Times.
It said Dr Ali was also a dakwah service member, and had participated in tabligh group gatherings in Beaufort Sabah.
SPJM said during each large tabligh gathering in Sabah, Dr Ali would fly in from Selangor and volunteer as a medical officer for the participants.
“SPJM has lost yet another committed member for the people, after the death of Kedah SPJM chairman last Friday.
“May Allah accept all his good deeds and forgive his past sins. Our condolences to his family,” it added.
In the post, SPJM also uploaded a picture of Dr Ali, which was taken by a colleague before he fell ill.