Migrant worker living in a dormitory are seen in April last year, at the height of Singapore’s Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: Reuters
Migrant worker living in a dormitory are seen in April last year, at the height of Singapore’s Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Singapore’s migrant workers remain segregated, weeks after new cases among them dropped to near zero

  • Most workers remain confined to their dormitories, only able to mix with the wider community on ‘essential errands’ after requesting permission
  • The government is concerned that, until vaccination is widespread, dormitories remain potential sites for a fresh outbreak

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Migrant worker living in a dormitory are seen in April last year, at the height of Singapore’s Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: Reuters
Migrant worker living in a dormitory are seen in April last year, at the height of Singapore’s Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: Reuters
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