Malaysians in Singapore face lockdown uncertainty

A woman takes a trolley in a Singapore supermarket. Companies say they are trying to find alternative uses for their Malaysian staff, who will still be affected when the circuit breaker eases on June 1. – EPA pic, May 22, 2020.

MALAYSIANS working in the Singapore service industries find themselves in a difficult situation as the lockdown in the republic continues.

On Tuesday, the Singapore government announced that easing of its circuit breaker restrictions on June 1 would not include dining in for restaurants or opening retail outlets.

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