Disabled food delivery rider on ‘frontline’ of Malaysia’s fight against Covid-19 pandemic

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Born with disability, Muhammad Sidek Osman is just 108 centimetres (3.5 feet) tall. The physical condition has left the Malaysian rejected by many employers. Sidek eventually became a self-employed delivery rider after the country imposed a coronavirus lockdown in March. Through sending people food, the 21-year-old is convinced that his job plays a crucial role as a “frontliner” in helping Malaysia battle against the Covid-19 pandemic.


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