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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Menara Kuala Lumpur,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Saloma Link,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Kuala Lumpur City Centre,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Kuala Lumpur City Centre,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Kota Darul Ehsan,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Menara Kuala Lumpur,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Kuala Lumpur City Centre,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Menara Kuala Lumpur,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Saloma Link,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Kuala Lumpur City Centre,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Kuala Lumpur City Centre,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Menara KPJ,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Saloma Link,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Pavilion,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Four Seasons Place,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Pavilion,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Pavilion,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,EQ,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,EQ,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,EQ,

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Covid-19,Light It Blue programme on April 30 in a show of appreciation for the efforts of frontliners in battling the Covid-19 outbreak. Government buildings, commercial buildings and certain roads in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan lit up with blue lights from 10.30pm to 1am every day, until May 3. The aim was to thank the frontliners whether in the public or private sector for their sacrifice in combating the epidemic. Photo by Kamarul Akhir / www.asiana.my,1 May 2020,Menara Kuala Lumpur,

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