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Malaysian families waved to their loved ones in Singapore

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Families use binoculars just to see their loved ones. Photo: R&F Princess Cove 富力公主湾 /Facebook

On October 24, Malaysia families who separate by the international border were able to meet briefly near the coast of Singapore. According to an aricle by SAYS.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the border between Malaysia and Singapore has not been fully opened unless there are special circumstances.

As a result, many Malaysians and their families have worked or lived in Singapore for several months.

A property developer in Johor Bahru R&F Princess Cove organized a program called “We Reunite Love”. It is for 20 families boarded the yacht to meet their loved ones.

Image from R&F Princess Cove 富力公主湾 (Facebook)

Photo: R&F Princess Cove 富力公主湾/Facebook

 

Image from R&F Princess Cove 富力公主湾 (Facebook)

Photo: R&F Princess Cove 富力公主湾/Facebook

 

The family screamed, and some held signs saying “love you, dear” and “we miss you”

These families has separated for more than 200 days.

The yacht sails from R&F Princess Bay in Johor to the sea, as close as possible to the waters of Singapore.

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