Health ministry workers carry out mass screenings for Covid-19 on residents of Kampung Baru in the heart of the capital.
Today is a day out for frontliners who don personal protective equipment before screening the residents of Kampung Baru for Covid-19.
Nothing is certain, and these health workers know that the war against this invisible enemy may require divine intervention.
Kampung Baru residents open their doors to visitors dressed in alien-like outfits as health workers go from one house to the next checking for virus symptoms.
Residents must state their health condition, travel history and whether they have recently attended any mass gatherings.
One virus-related death was reported among those living in the public flats here in Kampung Baru.
Here, no one is left behind takes on a different meaning as health workers stop residents on the street for questioning.
Things are much easier for health workers if residents come to them for screening at designated centres such as this one in a community hall at Kampung Baru.
Two men leave the Kampung Baru mosque after being screened for Covid-19.
For some, such as this elderly resident of a public flat, a little reassurance from health workers goes a long way.
Children meanwhile are excited and cooperate well with the authorities who come to their flats for screening.
Health workers entering a public flat in Kampung Baru are seen reflected in a car windscreen.
Exhausted health workers stop for a rest at the stairs of the Kampung Baru mosque.
Health workers, with messages of home behind them, bid farewell to residents at the end of a screening session.