What it should have been

The CPF Board said the appeal by the single mother to withdraw her CPF on medical grounds will be re-assessed once her doctor is able to certify that she meets the medical criteria.
The CPF Board said the appeal by the single mother to withdraw her CPF on medical grounds will be re-assessed once her doctor is able to certify that she meets the medical criteria.PHOTO: ST FILE

Yesterday's report, "How sick woman can access funds: CPF Board", misquoted Ms Soo, a single mother, as having said that she was denied financial assistance in August as she had $1,500 in her bank account. She did not provide the figure.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 21, 2019, with the headline 'What it should have been'. Print Edition | Subscribe