Super mummies unite!
By Ashwini -13 Feb 2020, 11:34 am
The coronavirus may have triggered panic, but it’s also an amazing opportunity to see acts of kindness from our neighbours.
On Saturday (8 Feb), a group of dedicated mothers from Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur Resident Network banded together to make DIY hand sanitisers.
The ladies then distributed their DIY sanitizers to their neighbours, and all grandparents, children, and fathers in their local community.
These heartwarming efforts show that the kampung spirit is definitely alive in the city.
To combat the spread of the coronavirus, the super mums spent their precious Saturday morning creating hand sanitisers.
Instructor May May from Subang Jaya joined the group to demonstrate the process of making hand sanitisers.
The mothers then followed instructions to create their very own disinfectants.
Hence, several bottles of DIY disinfectants are now available in the residential area to prevent more cases of Covid-19. These efforts highlight a mother’s love can keep many people safe.
It went viral in Facebook, some even commented:
Great work, ladies.
We applaud the super mums efforts to keep the kampung spirit alive. However, doctors advise purchasing a proper sanitiser with at least 60% alcohol content.
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