Covid-19: New brick-and-mortar businesses pop up despite uncertainties

Covid-19: New brick-and-mortar businesses pop up despite uncertainties

10/8/2020 5:02:00 AM

Covid-19: New brick-and-mortar businesses pop up despite uncertainties

SINGAPORE — As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to put a severe strain on the Singapore economy, some businesses have crumbled. It is not all just shuttered storefronts, however, as new businesses have emerged to try to make their mark despite the tough times.

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Sexual offences, quotas and serving NS: K Shanmugam speaks frankly about women’s issues

After launching a series of public engagements on women’s issues in a move towards greater gender equality on Sunday (Sep 20), Home Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam sits down with Lin Suling to talk about gender relations, the law and sexual offences, and women in the workplace. He also gives his take on whether quotas would work and responds to comments about women serving National Service.

Singapore reports 132 new COVID-19 cases, 6 imported infections and new dormitory clusterSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 132 new cases of COVID-19 as of noon on Saturday (Aug 8), including one in the community and six imported ...

175 new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, including 3 imported cases and 1 in the community

132 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, including 1 in the community and 6 importedSINGAPORE - There were 132 new coronavirus cases confirmed as of Saturday noon (Aug 8), taking Singapore's total to 54,929.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Singapore reports 132 new COVID-19 cases, 6 imported infectionsSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 132 new cases of COVID-19 as of noon on Saturday (Aug 8), including one in the community and six imported ...

COVID-19: Singapore confirms 132 new cases, one in the communityThe Ministry of Health has confirmed 132 new COVID-19 cases as of Saturday (8 August) noon, bringing Singapore’s total to 54,929.

COVID-19: 175 new cases detected in Singapore, total now at 55,104There have been an additional 175 cases of COVID-19 infection detected in Singapore as of noon on Sunday (9 August).