Don't blame migrant workers for Covid-19 spike, says Health Ministry

Modified 6 Jun 2020, 2:42 pm

No individual will choose to leave their family behind and live in hardship abroad, said the Health Ministry in cautioning against blaming migrant workers for the recent spike in Covid-19 infection numbers.

Among others, the Health Ministry in a Facebook post yesterday noted that many migrant workers were unable to adhere to social distancing protocols and other prevention measures outside of their workplace.

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