In the recent weeks, Singapore saw a spike in the number of Covid-19 cases in our migrant worker communities.
Four dormitories are now gazetted as isolation areas, with more than 25,000 workers quarantined in their dormitories.
But yet for most Singaporeans, the realities of these migrant workers have never been more different from ours. For many migrant workers, social distancing is a luxury they can't afford, since they stay in rooms with more than 10 other people.
Hear the story of Sujon, who lives in the S11 Dormitory @ Punggol.
Facing COVID-19: I Tested Positive