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How Volunteers See and Meet the Invisible Needs of Migrant Workers

When cases exploded in the dormitories in Singapore, the problem seemed impossible to solve. At the peak of Covid-19’s infection in Singapore between April and June, the cases climbed every day, hovering close to 1,000 a day, threatening lives and livelihoods. 

The real fear was within the dormitory walls. The government did all they could to move workers out of cramped living quarters to be isolated and treated, but many were left afraid and unsure of whether they would contract Covid-19. 


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