Migrant workers in Kuala Lumpur walk inside an area locked down to conduct Covid-19 screenings. Photo: EPA

As Malaysia’s coronavirus lockdown lifts, migrant workers return to dangers of life in ‘3D’

  • Watchdogs say the workers – often in jobs labelled ‘dangerous, dirty and difficult’ are more vulnerable to the spread of the disease
  • Many of them are worried about outbreaks or being placed in detention centres, where there was a surge in cases following immigration raids in May
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Migrant workers in Kuala Lumpur walk inside an area locked down to conduct Covid-19 screenings. Photo: EPA
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