4 Singapore companies join forces in initiative to help healthcare workers

4 Singapore companies join forces in initiative to help healthcare workers

9/4/2020 10:40:00 AM

4 Singapore companies join forces in initiative to help healthcare workers

Grab will deliver 2,500 food items from Redtail, Mrs Pho, Tsuta and more to frontline medical workers around the island.

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While is heartening to see people from all walks of life chipping in to help each other during a time of crises, my question will be why are these people standing so close to one another and two of them in this picture do not their masks on?

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