You have been caught red-handed without a mask by the police on patrol duty!
You have to pay a $300 fine.
You have contracted COVID-19.
Health points decrease to 5 or lower.
You have lost your job.
Your wealth depletes and you can only
survive on financial assistance now.
The country your family member is in has locked
down and is unable to return home.
Social points no longer increase beyond 70.
You have gone bankrupt. Although you may be able to take out a loan, this causes you significant mental health issues when thinking about how to repay it.
Your mental health worsens as a result of chronically low social interaction.
The Covid-19 pandemic was an incredibly difficult time for seniors. Their health was severely compromised, and the ability to cope depended heavily on existing social and economic circumstances. To find out more, read our report or play again.
Read more in our report on Discovering the Needs of Seniors here.
If you are interested to find out more about homelessness in Singapore, please feel free to read the following resources:
By stepping into Terry’s shoes, you may have realised that:
Cunico, Lim and Han (2017). Ploughing on: The faces and insecurities of Singapore’s elderly working poor