Miss Corona is lurking everywhere and at this point, everyone needs to be extra vigilant.
Because of this, Alif Satar is more than happy to embrace stricter SOPs for filming if the government, via the National Film Development Corporation (Finas) and the National Security Council (MKN) deems it necessary.
The 31-year-old said,
“If it becomes much stricter, we will need to adhere to it. I am a citizen who abides by the law.”
He also added that,
“If the government says that there will be no filming at all, we’ll just go along with it. I don’t want to have a headache thinking about this or that and discuss it at length.”
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“The government says that there will be no interstate travel, except if there’s a good reason and a permission letter, so I will do it lawfully. I’m a straightforward person this way,” he stated.
This issue came about after a recent increase in Covid-19 positive cases involving artists such as Nora Danish and Tiz Zaqyah. Both actresses took to Instagram to advocate the public to take the matter seriously and to abide by the SOPs.
The star of ‘Tundukkan Playboy Itu’ himself fell victim to Covid-19 when he tested positive back on November 22. At the time, he was filming a drama in Melaka and was forced to undergo quarantine at the Melaka Hospital for 12 days.
Grateful for his full recovery and be able to be together with his wife and children again, he was quoted as saying,
“The 12 days of quarantine were not easy at all. Praise be to God, I was given the ability to overcome each problem in a positive manner.”
Remember, guys. It’s up to us to break the chain and contain the spread of this disease!
*Cover image via Instagram @alifsatar