CURRENTLY pregnant with her first child, actress Amyra Rosli admits that she is very excited to finally ‘meet’ her baby–although she is just 3 months along.
However, Amyra and her husband, actor Amar Baharin are not picky on the gender of their baby because to them, the health of the child is far more important.
“Amar and I have no preference whether our baby is a boy or a girl, and so does our family. As long as the baby grows healthily, we are grateful enough for that. Male or female is not a huge issue,” she says.
As a mother, Amyra grew more aware and heedful towards the choices she makes for her baby.
Worried about the safety and health of her child, Amyra feels the need to load up on as much information as she could on how to protect her baby from serious illnesses such as polio, rubella, diphteria and hepatitis B.
Joining celebrity parents like Hanis Zalikha and Shuib Sepahtu, Amyra wants to help spread the message on the importance of providing children with immunization shots and calls for all parents to provide vaccinations as scheduled by the Ministry of Health.
In her Instagram post, Amyra highlights that parents should take their children to be vaccinated to activate their immune system and form immunity against dangerous illnesses.
Penyakit berjangkit merupakan antara penyebab berlakunya kecacatan & kematian dalam kalangan kanak-kanak dan imunisasi dapat mencegah serta mengurangkan risiko mendapat penyakit cegahan vaksin. Semua kanak-kanak berhak mendapat imunisasi lengkap, jadi sesibuk mana pun anda sebagai ibu bapa #JanganLupaCucuk dan #LengkapkanImunisasi anak anda.
Immunization protects future generations. Vaccines have reduced and, in some cases, eliminated many diseases that killed or severely disabled people just a few generations ago. So, don’t forget to vaccinate your child and protect them against serious diseases such as whooping cough, tuberculosis, pertussis and influenza.-MYNEWSHUB,CC