Foreign workers are seen on the corridors of the S11 dormitory in Punggol, Singapore, which became a hotspot for the spread of coronavirus infections in the city state. Photo: AFP Foreign workers are seen on the corridors of the S11 dormitory in Punggol, Singapore, which became a hotspot for the spread of coronavirus infections in the city state. Photo: AFP
Foreign workers are seen on the corridors of the S11 dormitory in Punggol, Singapore, which became a hotspot for the spread of coronavirus infections in the city state. Photo: AFP
PN Balji
Opinion

Opinion

PN Balji

Do Singapore’s 4G leaders know their people well enough?

  • After a splendid start, policymaking has turned reactive amid efforts to enforce stay-at-home rules
  • Some older Singaporeans are behaving as though the killer virus will not touch them

Foreign workers are seen on the corridors of the S11 dormitory in Punggol, Singapore, which became a hotspot for the spread of coronavirus infections in the city state. Photo: AFP Foreign workers are seen on the corridors of the S11 dormitory in Punggol, Singapore, which became a hotspot for the spread of coronavirus infections in the city state. Photo: AFP
Foreign workers are seen on the corridors of the S11 dormitory in Punggol, Singapore, which became a hotspot for the spread of coronavirus infections in the city state. Photo: AFP
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