After receiving treatment and spending 14 days in the hospital's intensive care unit (ICU), baby Ng Yee Ang's condition gradually stabilized. The meconium in his body has been cleared, and he is gradually weaning off the respiratory support.

The remaining RM30,000 in medical expenses for baby Ng Yee Ang was successfully fundraised within 3 hours. The parents are immensely grateful for the support from the community, allowing them to breathe a sigh of relief and focus wholeheartedly on caring for their child.

Baby Ng Yee Ang, from Raja Uda, Butterworth, was eagerly anticipated by his newlywed parents. However, the challenges of parenthood, especially with a newborn, left the inexperienced parents feeling overwhelmed and unsure of how to seek help.

With the RM30,000 in medical expenses assisted in fundraising, One Hope Charity has ceased further fundraising efforts. In addition to expressing their gratitude, the father has also pledged to perform acts of kindness in the future to help others, as a way of giving back to the community's generosity.