Covid-19: Singapore moves 1,300 foreign workers into army camps

A foreign worker is checked in by an SAF officer before moving into accommodation at an SAF camp. - Mindef

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): About 1,300 foreign workers are moving temporarily into two Singapore Armed Forces camps this week, as part of the national effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

A Facebook post by the Ministry of Defence (Mindef) on Thursday (April 9) said the SAF had been preparing to house the workers at Bedok Camp II and Jurong Camp II during the month-long circuit breaker period, after the Ministry of National Development requested urgent housing facilities for them.

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