A migrant worker pictured in a dormitory under lockdown in Singapore on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters A migrant worker pictured in a dormitory under lockdown in Singapore on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters
A migrant worker pictured in a dormitory under lockdown in Singapore on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Singapore urged to consider migrant workers’ mental health amid ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown

  • More than 323,000 workers in the city state are currently confined to cramped dormitories and other places of residence with up to 20 people per room
  • An online survey conducted this month found the majority of migrant worker respondents were expressing feelings of sadness and depression

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A migrant worker pictured in a dormitory under lockdown in Singapore on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters A migrant worker pictured in a dormitory under lockdown in Singapore on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters
A migrant worker pictured in a dormitory under lockdown in Singapore on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters
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