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An engineer floated the concept of building mega-dormitories over the sea, each with a "small-town centre", to minimise migrant workers' entry into our downtown and Singaporean spaces. What do we say to that?
In a media statement dated 13 April 2020 (links to short version and long version) we pointed out that an entire section of the Ministry of Manpower's Advisory on salary and leave arrangements during Circuit Breaker was not only unclear, but seemed to bless salary reductions for foreign
TWC2's statement to mark International Labour Day -- 1 May 2020
News flash: Between 16 and 22 April, nearly 94% of new Covid-19 infections were reported from worker dormitories. S11 in Punggol is by far the largest cluster.
TWC2 statement to mark the sad day when low-wage work permit holders became the majority of Covid-19 cases in Singapore despite their being generally healthier and younger adults compared to the overall population.
More detail why TWC2 objects to MOM's Advisory of 6 April 2020 that appears to approve of employers cutting foreign workers' wages by 25%.