To overcome social isolation, some of Singapore’s returnees have taken to social media to bond over the national pastime – food. Photo: Handout To overcome social isolation, some of Singapore’s returnees have taken to social media to bond over the national pastime – food. Photo: Handout
To overcome social isolation, some of Singapore’s returnees have taken to social media to bond over the national pastime – food. Photo: Handout

Coronavirus: Singapore millennials bond over food on Instagram during stay-home notices in hotels

  • As lockdowns worldwide drive Singaporeans home, the city state is housing returnees at hotels to serve a mandatory 14-day stay-home notice
  • No returnee is allowed contact with anyone, so young Singaporeans have been taking to social media to connect with one other over the national pastime – food

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
To overcome social isolation, some of Singapore’s returnees have taken to social media to bond over the national pastime – food. Photo: Handout To overcome social isolation, some of Singapore’s returnees have taken to social media to bond over the national pastime – food. Photo: Handout
To overcome social isolation, some of Singapore’s returnees have taken to social media to bond over the national pastime – food. Photo: Handout
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