Not all homeless: Monk, migrant workers and refugees get temporary shelter

Fion Yap

Modified 7 Apr 2020, 12:24 am

CORONAVIRUS | The Alam Damai multi-purpose hall in Cheras, which is normally reserved for weddings and other events, is now filled with “temporary guests” following the Covid-19 outbreak.

The hall has been transformed into a large dormitory, with mattresses lined up one metre apart, to shelter some 70 foreign people, only some of whom are homeless...

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