It was me! Sorry/glad to know there's others out there in a similar situation. My sister died in January of cancer. Even though it all happened very quickly (she was diagnosed in September 2020), I was able to get back to the UK and see her. I helped her prepare letters for her sons and husband, and we made 'radio shows' where her friends and family requested favourite songs that reminded them of her and we put them all together into three playlists that we listened to with her on Christmas Day, which was really really special to see her smile and sing along. I ended up delaying my flight 3 times as the situation was serious but she was fighting. The last extension (I was able to make) meant I was able to be there on the day she died, and be with my nephews while her husband and my mum were holding her hands in the hospice. Malaysia's 7 day quarantine was a fear, but actually that space to process my emotions was kinda weirdly helpful. But missing the funeral was hard, and being so far away from my family as they deal with all the fallout is a strange feeling. A friend of mine in Kuala Lumpur is from a different Malaysian state (Sarawak) and they have a 14 day quarantine even for internal travel within Malaysia. Her Mum is having serious brain surgery today and I'm trying to be there for her as best I can, my heart just bleeds for her having been unable to get home in time to see her mum. Really hope all goes well.