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Selamat Tiba Dari UK, Pelajar Malaysia Puji Layanan Pihak Kerajaan & Petugas Barisan Hadapan

April 13th, 2020 | by Amirul Asraf
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Usaha murni yang dilakukan oleh pihak kerajaan dalam memerangi wabak yang sedang berlaku di Malaysia dan seluruh negara ternyata mendapat penghargaan daripada rakyat.

Menerusi Facebook Shacind Ananthan, pelajar Malaysia ini berkongsi kisah perjalanan pulang ke tanah air dari United Kingdom (UK). Pelajar tahun pertama jurusan ekonomi itu turut bercerita mengenai proses kuarantin yang terpaksa dilalui olehnya bersama 73 orang individu lain.

Prosedur dilakukan secara teliti

This is for all my fellow Malaysians who are still abroad; I hope this gives you a little insight on what went on during my journey from the UK all the way to the hotel I am quarantined in in KL. To my non-Malaysian friends, this is me unabashedly showing off the exemplary work by our government. This is my tribute to the countless men and women in duty who assisted us with so much care and respect. It all started on the plane from Doha to KL, where I had transited from Manchester. With a mere 50 people on the plane, we were all fairly separated to sit in isolation from one another. When I landed in KLIA, we were greeted warmly by 2 men in uniform at the end of the jet bridge.

One was coordinating us to queue, strictly keeping in mind the 1m gap, and the other was guiding us to the skytrain on a Segway. As we approached the skytrain, another policewoman took over and brought us to the bus lounge, where we boarded a bus to the arrival hall. Each bus had a maximum of only 10 people. In the bus was another policewoman who made sure we went in one by one, and only allowed the next person to enter once the previous one had sat down.

Menurut Shacind, kisahnya bermula dalam penerbangan dari Doha ke Kuala Lumpur di mana dia transit dari Manchester. Menurutnya, hanya 50 orang saja yang berada di dalam pesawat itu. Kesemua mereka dipisahkan dan duduk berasingan. Sebaik tibanya di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur (KLIA), mereka disambut mesra oleh dua orang anggota yang bertugas sambil mengingatkan mereka mengenai jarakan sosial. Pada masa yang sama, mereka akan menjalani ujian pemeriksaan kesihatan.

Diberi layanan yang baik

Once we alighted the bus, we walked to the immigration counters and were screened by an infra-red thermometry system. After passing it, we were guided towards a team of health officials from KKM on the right. I was very impressed with the number of health officials and the amenities provided for them. There were around 10 officials in what looked like full hazmat suits, each provided with a chair and table. I was greeted by this lovely woman, who asked for my health declaration form and reaffirmed if I had any symptoms. The constant glee on her face and referring to me as “adik” made me feel like I was in safe hands. She then gave me a home assessment form where I had to monitor and report my symptoms daily.

Before leaving, the bus driver announced that we were being taken to Impiana KLCC Hotel. Mental gasps could be heard from the 15 people in the bus. In the room were two boxes of bottled water, plastic bags for the contaminated clothes, a huge bag filled with coffee, biscuits and snacks and so on. We are being served good nutritious food three times a day and housed in a four star (some five star) hotel all for free of charge. There is 24/7 surveillance and a medical team at our doorstep at all times. I bow down to this great nation with utmost humility, thank you for this Malaysia.

Anak kelahiran Johor ini bakal menjalani proses kuarantin di sebuah hotel berdekatan KLCC. Tambahnya, sebaik sahaja tiba di dalam bilik hotel, dia terkejut melihat persediaan yang dilakukan oleh pihak hotel dan pegawai-pegawai yang bertugas pada masa itu. Menurutnya, mereka telah menyediakan 2 kotak air botol, beg plastik untuk pakaian kotor dan beg besar yang dipenuhi kopi dan makanan ringan. Selain itu, makanan berkhasiat akan disediakan buat mereka sebanyak tiga kali sehari secara percuma.

Malaysia negara yang paling proaktif

This lockdown/ quarantine has really cultivated the sense of community and the innate feeling of unity that we had lost. Though the time frame of when this epidemic will end is still unclear, it became clear to me that we will pull through, because that’s what Malaysians do best. This was further proven when all 74 of us quarantined at Impiana KLCC were added into a WhatsApp group by Lieutenant Zakee (who was in charge of our welfare in the hotel) for ease of communication. The group was instantly flooded with messages of hope, optimism and love and gratitude for the lieutenant, health workers and other officers who heroically put our welfare in front of their own lives.

Di akhir perkongsiannya, Shacind memberitahu bahawa Malaysia merupakan negara yang paling proaktif dalam menangani ancaman wabak yang sedang berlaku. Dia turut berterima kasih kepada pihak kerajaan, para petugas dan semua yang memudahkan urusan mereka serta menjaga mereka. Sebagai warganegara dia turut meluahkan perasaan bangga menjadi anak Malaysia.

Sumber: Shacind Ananthan

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