10,000 M'sian workers affected by restricted movement order find accommodation, S’pore govt to help the rest


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  • Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020

SINGAPORE (ANN): Over 10,000 Malaysians working in Singapore and affected by Malaysia's travel ban starting Wednesday (March 18) have found accommodation in Singapore within just a few hours on Tuesday (March 17), said Manpower Minister Josephine Teo.

Malaysia on Monday (March 16) announced a movement control order that will start on Wednesday and last till March 31.

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