In a video on Twitter, mission officers can be seen thanking the ‘corona warriors’ in 12 Indian languages, including Hindi and English

The Singaporean Missions in India thanked the Indian ‘Corona warriors’ on August 30 for their selfless service to the nation and to the world, the Business Standard has reported.

The Singapore Missions in India took to Twitter to express their gratitude towards the ‘Corona Warriors.’

They wrote, “As India enters Unlock 4.0, High Commissioner-designate Simon Wong and our colleagues across India take the opportunity to thank all COVID-19 warriors for working tirelessly and selflessly to keep us safe!”

The Singaporean Missions in India also posted a video long with the tweet. The video showed various officers of the missions thanking the warriors.

Interestingly, in the video the officers can be seen thanking the ‘corona warriors’ in 12 Indian languages including Hindi and English.

India and Singapore are together in their fight against the virus. The Indian government recently announced the phase 6 of Vande Bharat Mission to begin from September 1.

Air India opened bookings for flights from Singapore to various Indian cities. The city included Trichy. Chennai, Vijayawada, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kochi and Madurai.

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has issued guidelines to begin Unlock-4 from September 1. As per the guidelines, the metro services will resume from September 7 and a gathering of not more than 100 people will be allowed with safety measures in place from September 21.

Read the full report in Business Standard