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Prawn Village Hawker: Why I’m Closing Stall To Be A Nurse During Covid-19 Crisis

He’ll shutter his shop permanently in March.

Prawn Village Hawker: Why I’m Closing Stall To Be A Nurse During Covid-19 Crisis

Last week, 8days.sg first reported on prawn mee hawker Anson Loo, a former nurse who’s giving up his food stall to return to nursing right when healthcare workers worldwide are fighting the Covid-19 virus outbreak. For the past three years, he has been manning his Prawn Village stall, which had steadily gained a fan base of regulars who love the 41-year-old’s Penang-style prawn noodles.

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