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COVID-19: Migrant workers in dormitories worried about loss of income | Video

More than 90 per cent of migrant worker dormitories are due to be declared free of the coronavirus by the end of this month. But even as they are cleared at an increased rate, workers are stressed by months of lost income. CNA's Isabelle Lim has their story, as Singapore approaches 30 days since Phase 2 reopening.

COVID-19: Migrant workers in dormitories worried about loss of income | Video

18 Jul 2020 12:06am
More than 90 per cent of migrant worker dormitories are due to be declared free of the coronavirus by the end of this month. But even as they are cleared at an increased rate, workers are stressed by months of lost income. CNA's Isabelle Lim has their story, as Singapore approaches 30 days since Phase 2 reopening.

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