A cleaner sprays disinfectant outside an office in central London. As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold, the previously “invisible’’ cleaners, garbage collectors, sanitation officers and health care workers now occupy centre-stage. Photo: EPA-EFE
Ong Soh Chin
Opinion

Opinion

Ong Soh Chin

How coronavirus has opened our eyes to the power of the invisible

  • Covid-19 has forced the previously invisible out into the open, like the essential services workers and Singapore’s migrant workers that we never noticed before
  • More humbling revelations will come as the virus takes its course, and we should acknowledge and harness the power in the invisible
A cleaner sprays disinfectant outside an office in central London. As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold, the previously “invisible’’ cleaners, garbage collectors, sanitation officers and health care workers now occupy centre-stage. Photo: EPA-EFE
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