Look who Singapore ranks with in the latest Global Well-Being Index by Gallup.
Singapore ranks at a low 97th.
Singapore ranks with Iran, Rwanda, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Iraq, South Sudan and Ethiopia.
Singapore also ranks poorly in the areas of purpose, social and physical well-being.
And only 12.7% of Singaporeans are thriving in three or more well-being elements.
Didn’t the government praise the healthcare system in Singapore? Why then are Singaporeans’ physical well-being so poor? Because we cannot afford to go to the hospital?