SAF to hand over Home Recovery Programme to MOH

SINGAPORE: Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) personnel tasked with managing the nation’s COVID-19 dwelling restoration programme have handed over their tasks to the Ministry of Health (MOH), stated Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen on Wednesday (Nov 24).  As the programme is now secure, it’s a “good time” to hand over to MOH, stated Dr Ng in posts to his official social media accounts.  In September, the SAF was roped in to assist the house restoration programme, because the newly launched programme was strained amid a surge in instances.  Home restoration permits most COVID-19 sufferers with delicate signs to get better at dwelling reasonably than at hospitals or specialised services.  Servicemen helped man hotlines to present info to sufferers recovering at dwelling, with greater than 450 personnel from the military, navy and air pressure deployed. “NSFs (full-time National Servicemen) served as home recovery buddies – providing the first line of contact to patients placed on HRP, assisting them for administrative procedures and ensuring that communication channels remained open for patients,” stated Dr Ng on Wednesday. 

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