78 more dormitories cleared of COVID-19: MOM

Ministry of Manpower (MOM) announced on June 30 that 78 more dormitories – comprising 72 Factory-Converted Dormitories and six Construction Temporary Quarters – have been cleared of COVID-19.

In addition, three Blocks for Recovered Workers (BRWs) in three Purpose-Built Dormitories (PBD) have been cleared.

This takes the total number to 241 dormitories and 21 BRWs in 14 PBDs cleared of COVID-19.

Photo courtesy: Google Maps
Photo courtesy: Google Maps

In a press statement, MOM said that as of June 28, 87,000 workers have recovered or been tested to be free from the virus and are in cleared premise.

These workers can return to work once dormitory operators, employers and workers have made the necessary steps to minimise the risk of new infections as the workers go to work on a daily basis. 

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