Coronavirus: About 80% of foreign workers expected to be clear of virus by end-July

Coronavirus: About 80% of foreign workers expected to be clear of virus by end-July

The Straits Times - Singapore·2020-06-25 18:40

SINGAPORE - The majority of foreign workers living in dormitories in Singapore are expected to be clear of the virus by end-July, allowing them to resume work.

Revealing this, National Development Minister Lawrence Wong said at a virtual briefing on Thursday evening (June 25): "By the end of next month, we expect about 70 to 80 per cent of the workers staying in the dormitories to be cleared. This means that they would have either recovered, or tested free of the virus.

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G.Kannan 30/06/2020

All human beings energy to work! Really medical care teams hard work thanks a lot

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G.Kannan 30/06/2020

Thank you all of you

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Chocky 28/06/2020

I guess more to come if worker dormitory still crowed 🤔

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limlimpeter@gmail.co 27/06/2020

OMG..... more than 200,000 foreign workers got viruses people in Singapore country if government don't ban foreign workers so more and more people will sleeping or die at hospital..... hope heaven kick out of Parliament members who are love money too much from foreign workers and also forget what is safety first country.......🙏🙏🙏🤯🤯🤯

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