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Coronavirus: Singapore’s migrant workers remain segregated, weeks after new cases among them dropped to near zero

It has been a year since migrant workers in Singapore were confined to dormitories to prevent an outbreak of Covid-19 in their ranks from spreading across the island. Now, weeks after new cases among the labourers dropped to almost zero and thousands have received vaccinations, some wonder how long it will take for restrictions to end.“I don’t have any freedom to move around, only allowed to leave from the dorm to worksite, dorm to worksite,” said Arif, a 30-year-old worker from Bangladesh who…

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