With the ever changing rules when it comes to dealing with the Covid-19 outbreak in Singapore, it’s hard to keep up with the latest developments.
Most of us know what to do as individuals. Whether it’s working from home, exercising alone and even social distancing, a lot of us are aware of what needs to be done to keep infection numbers at bay.
But what about our foreign domestic helpers? Unfortunately, foreign domestic workers (FDWs) are also one of the most vulnerable working segment, due to a combination of a lack of awareness and having to engage in risky errands for their employers.
To help reduce Covid-19 spread among domestic helpers, there are new guidelines that employers and workers must follow. Below, we compiled a mix of tips and current government guidelines to help employers keep themselves and their helper healthy and safe.