Phew! I am sure we are all relieved that our fellow Malaysians FINALLY got back home safe this morning at 5.57am.
The volunteer mission, chartered by the Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) and made possible by AirAsia, safely brought home 141 Malaysian passengers.
On board were 12 crew members, 8 HADR personnels, 6 Malaysian Embassy officers AND 500,000 pairs of gloves as an effort to contain the 2019-nCov outbreak.
Upon arrival in KLIA2, everyone on the flight, including crew members and officers, would have to go through a screening at the KLIA’s Air Disaster Unit.
Passengers detected with symptoms will be sent to the hospital and the others will be housed in a facility "very, very far from public" says the National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA).
Currently, Malaysia has 10 confirmed cases of infected cases, one of them being a Malaysian citizen.
Here's a little PSA below.
Now, before we all start freaking out, it is important to remember not to believe everything you read. Fake news + panic at times can do more damage onto ourselves and lives involved (plsdontkillyourpets).