Migrant workers pictured in their dormitory room in Singapore on August 18. Photo: EPAMigrant workers pictured in their dormitory room in Singapore on August 18. Photo: EPA
Migrant workers pictured in their dormitory room in Singapore on August 18. Photo: EPA

Singapore’s coronavirus curbs are easing, but not for migrant workers living in dorms

  • Nearly five months of living in lockdown-like conditions is taking its toll on Singapore’s more than 300,000 low-wage migrant workers
  • Those without a job to go to spend much of their day confined to their compounds – and are increasingly looking for a way out, activists say

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Migrant workers pictured in their dormitory room in Singapore on August 18. Photo: EPAMigrant workers pictured in their dormitory room in Singapore on August 18. Photo: EPA
Migrant workers pictured in their dormitory room in Singapore on August 18. Photo: EPA
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