We are very affected with the situation as we are not able to serve the community through MAKNA’s programs and services. As mentioned by the Ministry of Health Malaysia, it is vital for us to maintain social distancing between each other. Hence, programs which attract a lot of crowd should also be avoided.
Furthermore, our beneficiaries are also affected by the situation. However, we have contacted each patient in order to ensure that they are doing well. Plus, we assist them to check their eligibility for the Bantuan Prihatin Nasional and help them to submit the application. Not to forget those at MAKNA who provided food pack assistance to the affected cancer patients. Your effort and hard work is truly appreciated.
Daud Simpat, Staff Nurse