A video of a hospital ward visit during the birth of Datuk Seri Siti Nurhaliza Tarudin’s eldest son has caught the attention of netizens as some claimed that there was non-compliance with SOP among the visitors present, according to Astro Awani.
In the video, the second child of the Pahang-born singer is seen warmly welcomed by her husband, stepchildren, ustaz as well as photographers and doctors at the hospital.
Some netizens were riled up as they claimed that there was a “double standard” and questioned how the SOP at the hospital could allow visitors other than the husband to enter the ward.
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However, it was reported that all the individuals who visited the singer, who is affectionately known as Tokti, and her baby, have already done Covid-19 screening tests.
While most hospitals do not allow the presence of visitors during the pandemic, some private hospitals are more lenient with the rules and subject to conditions set by the hospital.
ICYMI, Siti Nurhaliza gave birth to a baby boy at a medical centre in Selangor at 6.21 am on Monday (19 April). Through a post on Instagram, Siti Nurhaliza’s management informed that the baby weighed 3.84 kilograms was born through in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) procedure.
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In the past, the 42-year-old singer has openly shared about her struggles with infertility. The couple also expressed their gratitude to their family, friends and fans for their prayers, on social media.
“The birth of our second child in the month of Ramadan is full of blessings and we hope it will grant us an abundance of blessings from Allah,” read the caption.