Coronavirus: Music teacher who organised CNY function at Safra Jurong 'blames herself'

Ms Liang Fengyi has faced some public backlash since news broke that she had organised the function attended by about 200 people. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
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SINGAPORE - The music teacher who organised the Chinese New Year dinner at Safra Jurong that has so far been linked to 30 Covid-19 cases is feeling "very guilty", according to the event's emcee.

Emcee Yige, who is also a godbrother of the teacher, Ms Liang Fengyi, said: "She feels very bad about the whole thing. She blames herself. She feels like she hurt her students."

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