The Solidarity Wall

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A community initiative by HealthServe

Sometimes hearing what others are going through and listening or reading words of encouragement can give you strength to fight through another day.

That’s why we’ve started the Solidarity Wall where you can read and post encouraging messages and tips to each other during this time.

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সম্প্রদায় থেকে এখানে আপনার জন্য তৈরি কিছু ভিডিও রয়েছে
சமூகத்திலிருந்து உங்களுக்காக சில கானொளிகள், இதோ!


Here are some messages and tips shared from some of our friends that you might want to take a look at first.

হাইলাইটস্ – এখানে কতগুলি বিশেষ অংশের উল্লেখ করা হল, যা হয়ত আপনি একবার দেখতে চাইতে পারেন

இங்கே சில ஆதரவுச் செய்திகளும் உதவிக்குறிப்புகளும் பகிர்ந்து கொள்ளப்பட்டுள்ளன.  அவற்றை  நீங்கள் இங்கே படிக்கலாம்.


Singapore – Krishnasamy

எங்கள் வெளிநாட்டு நாயகர்களே உங்கள் சேவைகள் அனைத்தையும் நாங்கள் அறிவோம். 🙏 நாங்கள் அனைவரும் உங்களுடன் இருக்கிறோம் கவலை வேண்டாம். இதுவும் கடந்து போகும். ❤️

India – juwairia fathima

i know how much you suffer so stay strong and never give up i appreciate all the thing you have done for us

Philippines – Meganne P. Dato-on

Dear Frontliners and Workers, Thank you for bravely continue working to help and provide your services to look after our needs. For those who are infected with the COVID-19 virus, we will pray for your recovery. Please do not lose hope. Respectfully yours, Meganne P. Dato- on

Singapore – JOANNA

“This too will pass”…your current circumstance will not be forever, your pain and suffering will cease, and good days will soon come again.

Singapore – Miri

I wish all of you good luck and recover soon. 🙂 – Miri from Stamford Primary School

Singapore – Chanel

Hi! I don’t know where you are, who you are but I hope you are feeling fine. Thank you for your hard work! We appreciate you! If you are feeling bad, sad and worried, it is okay! Everything will be fine! Don’t worry too much! – From Chanel, Stamford Primary School

Singapore –

As I am writing this now, my Spotify happens to be playing the song “Survivor” by Destiny’s Child. Oddly, the timing 🙂 I had a severe mental breakdown during SG May Circuit Breaker, it was very bad. Everyday I broke, and kept breaking each day. Everyday I hit my limit. And you know what, each day came by and left, I surpassed myself. Yes, things are tough, I’m telling you what I know as an absolute fact, your mind can trick you to believe many things, make you believe today you will end it, end it all, when all things seemed hopeless, IT IS NOT. What is darkness? It is called balance, when there is darkness, there is Light. Tomorrow Will Arrive, You Will Get Through It. You are worthy ☺️💝

United States – Esther

I know how isolating and anxious it is right now, but please be encouraged- you are deeply loved by God! And we support and care for you! Please take care 🙂

Singapore – Chanel, 9 years old

Hi!! I don’t know you, and where you are but I hope you are feeling fine. If you are feeling sad and worried, it is okay. Everything will be fine soon. You will be alright! God bless you always!!

Singapore –

Keep up the good work keeping Singapore safe! Your work is very valued and everyone appreciates you and your tremendous efforts!

Singapore – Claire

Thank you so much for all the work that you do, helping to keep Singapore safe and liveable. We would not be here nor have achieved so much without you. Thank you.

Singapore – Sophia Foo

To all ভাই, It has been a few months since many of you have been stuck in your dormitories without the the freedom to meet your বন্ধু. Even as the situation in Singapore is well-controlled, many of you may be worried about the rising number of deaths in your home countries – where your father, mother, wife, and “baby” are at. It is difficult for you, and I sincerely hope that your family and friends are safe back at home. Stay strong! ^-^ Lastly, a big “ধন্যবাদ” for all that you have done for Singapore. ভাল থেকো আবার দেখা হবে Sophia

Singapore – আলমগীর মোঃ মীর

সত্যি কি বলবো বুঝতে পারছি না বন্ধু বান্ধবরা আর আমি সাবার মুখে শুধুই ভালবাসার বাণি সিংগাপুরকে সিংগাপুর বাসি ছোট বড় সবাইকে হাসিখুশি থাকতে মণ প্যাণ দিয়ে সুদুই ভালোবাসি।

Singapore – আলমগীর মোঃ মীর

সত্যি কি বলবো বুঝতে পারছি না বন্ধু বান্ধবরা আর আমি সাবার মুখে শুধুই ভালবাসার বাণি সিংগাপুরকে সিংগাপুর বাসি ছোট বড় সবাইকে হাসিখুশি থাকতে মণ প্যাণ দিয়ে সুদুই ভালোবাসি।

India – Rajagopal sathyavasan

எங்களை போன்ற வெளிநாட்டு ஊழியர்கள் அனைவரையும் மிகவும் அக்கறையோடும்,பாதுகாப்பாகவும் பார்த்து கொள்ளும் சிங்கப்பூர் மனித வள அமைச்சுக்கும்,சிங்கப்பூர் அரசாங்கத்திற்கும்,அனைத்து அரசு ஊழியர்கள்,மருத்துவ துறை அதிகாரிகள் ,ஊழியர்கள் ,health serve போன்ற organization க்கும் , இன்னும் சில தொண்டு நிருவனங்களுக்கும் உங்கள் உறவாகிய எனது மனப்பூர்வமான நன்றிகளும் ,பாராட்டுகளும் உரித்தாக்குகிறேன்


No Im feeling good better.Your are a good people and good Team.Thank you million for your helping them.ကျေးဇူးတင်ပါတယ်….

India – Rajagopal sathyavasan

My sincere thanks and appreciation to the MOM of Singapore, the Government of Singapore, all Government Employees, Medical Officers, Employees, Health Service Organizations, & lot of organization etc.

Singapore – Anglo-Chinese Junior College, Class 1SA1

We would like to thank all the migrant workers for their hard work and contributions to Singapore. In this difficult time, we would like to send words of encouragement to those affected by the pandemic. Thus, we have made a video to thank all and encourage all the migrant workers which can be found here Let’s all stay strong and stay positive throughout this situation and we can all get through this together.

India – Kajamohaideen sirajudeen

Hai, healthserve THANK YOU somuch for helping me,,I don’t forget until my life your helping,,,and all of Singaporean thank you,,,, somuch

Singapore – Audrey

I have colleagues who are also working in foreign soil and away from the family. Hence have heard about how tough it can get to do your best for your family and also my family/community here in Singapore. Thank you all – be it migrant workers, frontliners, food delivery, essential services folks – thank you!

India – Vohra sumit

Hi, I want to Say thanks to mom,Moh and hole singapore government for caring of all migrant workers.The way taking care of welfare of each individual.I feel proud to staying singapore. Thanks a lot Singapore.

Singapore – Stephanie Tay

Thank you for your hard work in building and serving in Singapore! We welcome you in Singapore and know that you miss your family and friends back home very much. We pray that God will protect your loved ones, and also keep you safe in this virus situation. If you are sick, I hope that you will get well soon, be healthy again. Do not worry, our healthcare and frontline workers will take care of you. You are precious and a part of us in Singapore. I hope we will have more opportunities to know you better! Take care!!

Singapore – Chloe

Dear Brothers, Thank you! Singapore wouldn’t be the same today without your hard work. We truly appreciate the sacrifices that you have made. Hope that you are keeping well and staying healthy. Take care ◡̈

Singapore – Edriyan

Thank you for building our home. Buildings like M.R.T. station, H.D.B. flats and other buildings in Singapore.Thank you for your hardworking and sacrifices for leaving your family and love ones. Don`t worry be happy.

Singapore – Rahul

Dear migrant workers, Thank you for working so hard for our Singapore! We really appreciate what you do day and night to keep our Singapore clean and safe. Please do take care of yourself now and your health. We are in this TOGETHER. From Rahul

Singapore – Samridhi bora

thank you so much workers who helpt us to built this nation called Singapore I really appreaciate how hard you work from fay to morning and do not be scared we will be with you lets all stay srtong together all the workers

Singapore – Janice

Dear Migrant brother, I know its scary being alone during a pandemic in a foreign country. Its scary enough moving to a foreign country alone, to be away from family, among people who look and speak differently. When I first left Singapore for America in 2018, I was terrified too as I knew no one. Through my time in America, I learnt that people who are different from me can be my friends too, and that many people were willing to help me out. I want you to know too that you are not alone. There are many of us around who are supporting you. I’m back as a pharmacist in SG to help. You might receive a call from me about your medications 🙂

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