Migrant workers wait for meals in Little India district in Singapore. The outbreak of Covid-19 in foreign worker dormitories was predicted and is a mistake Singapore must learn from. Photo: Reuters
Donald Low
Opinion

Opinion

Donald Low

How Singapore can draw the right lessons from the coronavirus crisis

  • The government made three important mistakes in its Covid-19 response, and attributing blame correctly will inform future decisions
  • Singapore can learn lessons of diversity and humility from the crisis, and take note of the stoic resilience and adaptability of the Hong Kong people
Migrant workers wait for meals in Little India district in Singapore. The outbreak of Covid-19 in foreign worker dormitories was predicted and is a mistake Singapore must learn from. Photo: Reuters
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