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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%.
A statement by TWC2 highlighting issues that need urgent attention at this point in the Covid-19 pandemic: quarantine; testing; concerns of Work Permit holders; special vulnerabilities of Special Pass holders; financial support for employers and possibilities for abuse.
Since job scams arise from misrepresentation of the nature and terms of the job, a solution must lie in eliminating opportunities for deception. Workers must have direct access to employers' submissions and MOM's electronic records.
TWC2 points out the risks to migrant workers in the time of Covid-19 that spring from housing conditions, transport and company policies.
Foreign workers entering Singapore must first get prior permission before commencing their journeys, then must serve 14-day stay-home period.