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Half of Singapore's migrant workers in dormitories have had COVID-19
by Reuters Staff
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17 December 2020
On 17 December 2020 Reuters reported:
Nearly half of Singapore's migrant workers residing in dormitories have had COVID-19, according to the government, indicating the virus spread much more widely among those living in these accommodations than the official case tally shows. ... The prevalence rate of COVID-19 in the dormitories is currently 47percent, including the serology test results, the manpower ministry said in a statement. Outside the dormitories, the virus's prevalence rate in Singapore was about 0.25 percent based on a serology sampling study of 1,600 people, according to a health ministry official.
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