Coronavirus: Migrant worker NGOs under strain from outbreak, but persisting

A HealthServe clinic staff member talks to patients as another patient is leaving after seeing the doctor on Feb 15, 2020. ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG
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SINGAPORE - At Geylang community clinic HealthServe last Wednesday (Feb 12), the mood was fraught as migrant workers seeking subsidised medical treatment lined up to have their temperature and blood pressure taken.

Some wore surgical masks, while others made do with cloth ones, or just a bandana tied around the face.

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