Singapore won't extend temporary housing for stranded M'sian workers

Modified 25 Mar 2020, 1:32 pm

CORONAVIRUS | Singaporean employers whose workers ordinarily commute to work from Malaysia have been urged to find "more sustainable" housing solutions for their workers.

In light of Malaysia’s decision to extend the movement control order until April 14, the Singapore Manpower Ministry said it would not be extending its temporary housing support beyond the current expiry date of March 31.

“As a result (of the extension), workers usually housed in Malaysia will be affected...

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