Health Ministry Gets Cheeky With Their 'Advice' For Senior Citizens Watching Today's Final
Earlier today, the Health Ministry got a little cheeky with their 'advice', in which they shared an informal PSA for senior citizens planning to watch the Olympics men's single badminton finals today
The friendly PSA was in the form of a digital poster that showed images of a blood pressure monitor, a pulse rate monitor, anxiety treatment medicine Diazepam "to stay calm", a telephone along with the advice to dial "999" for an ambulance in case of a medical emergency. It urged the senior citizens to have all of these items "on standby while you watch Malaysia going for GOLDS", reported the Malay Mail Online.
The final, in which Lee Chong Wei will take on China's Chen Long for a gold, is expected to be an intense one, given yesterday's nail-biting semi-final that made Malaysians go wild with excitement
According to the Malay Mail Online, Health Ministry's post had garnered over 2,900 Likes and had more than 280 comments before it was taken down by the admin. Here's the deleted post:
Lee Chong Wei is carrying the heavy burden of Malaysia's hopes of a breakthrough Olympic gold. All the best, Dato'.