Tatiana Mohamad Rosli
SINGAPORE (THE NEW PAPER) – When her parents wanted to hug her after nine months apart, Miss Esabel Lee’s reaction was to keep them away.
It was out of concern for their well-being because she had just been cleared of Covid-19.
They had gone to D’Resort @ Downtown East to pick her up when she was discharged last Saturday.
“I was still super cautious. My parents wanted to give me a hug, but I said no and told them to stay at least two metres away,” she told The New Paper on Monday (April 27).
“It was necessary for your loved ones’ safety. It felt like a happy reunion cut short.”
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