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#NSTletters For some of the self-employed who are not e-hailing drivers and delivery riders, the movement restrictions have constrained their ability to go out and earn a living.

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26/10/2021 5:25:00 AM

NSTletters For some of the self-employed who are not e-hailing drivers and delivery riders, the movement restrictions have constrained their ability to go out and earn a living.

LETTERS: DUE to loss of jobs and income because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the hardcore poor and Bottom 40 ( B40 ) households would prioritise spending on basic needs to cope with the rising cost of living.

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