Here’s this week’s special issue for Milo Peng Funders; as with previous public interest stories (and I’m adopting this as a rule for coronavirus-related pieces), this is emailed out to Milo Peng Funders, then made public on the site for others. There’s been a spotlight like never before on the conditions of migrant workers in Singapore this week, and for very good reason: over 20,000 workers have been confined to their rooms after their dormitories were gazetted as isolation areas because of COVID-19 clusters. At the time of writing, S11 Dormitory @ Punggol has 98 confirmed cases, Westlite Toh Guan has 34 cases, and Toh Guan Dormitory has 18 cases. There are clusters in other dormitories across the island as well.
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