Coronavirus: S'poreans step up to make hand sanitiser for the community amid outbreak

A group of women rolled up their sleeves to produce hand sanitisers from scratch, bottle them, and left them in Housing Board lifts in their estate for others to use. PHOTO: TECK GHEE PARKVIEW/FACEBOOK
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SINGAPORE - When Teck Ghee Parkview resident Lini Chew, 36, learnt about the panic-buying driven by the coronavirus outbreak, she felt she had to do something.

Hand sanitisers were sold out in shops - so why not make her own?

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