Migrant workers look out from their balconies at the Punggol S11 dormitory in Singapore on April 6. Photo: Reuters Migrant workers look out from their balconies at the Punggol S11 dormitory in Singapore on April 6. Photo: Reuters
Migrant workers look out from their balconies at the Punggol S11 dormitory in Singapore on April 6. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Singapore is not racist: city has stood by migrant workers in coronavirus crisis

  • Steps taken to safeguard the lives and livelihoods of migrant workers include mandating that they continue to be paid and providing them with meals and SIM cards

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Migrant workers look out from their balconies at the Punggol S11 dormitory in Singapore on April 6. Photo: Reuters Migrant workers look out from their balconies at the Punggol S11 dormitory in Singapore on April 6. Photo: Reuters
Migrant workers look out from their balconies at the Punggol S11 dormitory in Singapore on April 6. Photo: Reuters
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