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Covid-19: From Oct 13, unvaccinated people not allowed to dine in or enter malls, attractions
SINGAPORE — Starting Wednesday (Oct 13) those who are not fully vaccinated will not be allowed entry into malls, large standalone stores, attractions, hawker centres and coffee shops, so as to protect them and reduce the strain on the healthcare system, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said.
Bitcoin slips after China central bank vows to crack down on crypto tradingLONDON : Bitcoin fell nearly 5per cent on Friday after China's central bank said it would crack down on cryptocurrency trading, banning overseas exchanges from providing services to mainland investors.The largest cryptocurrency was last down 4.6per cent at US$42,874, with smaller coins that typically trad
China's top regulators ban crypto trading and mining, sending bitcoin tumblingSHANGHAI/LONDON — China's most powerful regulators on Friday (Sept 24) intensified the country's crackdown on cryptocurrencies with a blanket ban on all crypto transactions and mining, hitting bitcoin and other major coins and pressuring crypto and blockchain-related stocks.
New Beijing stock exchange to run technical tests ahead of tradingSHANGHAI : China's newly-established Beijing Stock Exchange has said it plans to run two comprehensive technical tests with market players, one as early as Saturday, in a sign that the start of trading could be imminent.Saturday's test, and a second on Oct. 9, aim to ensure all market participants are tec Looking Logistise
Gay marriage move a giant step for SwitzerlandWhile apartment-hunting with his partner 30 years ago, Thierry Delessert was repeatedly asked whether they were cousins, or gay. He knew the latter answer would automatically see their application thrown out.
Home-based learning for primary schools until Oct 7; tuition to move online under new Covid-19 rulesHome-based learning will be extended by a day to Oct 7 for all primary and special education schools, the multi-ministry task force announced on Friday (Sept 24). As Children's Day falls on Oct 8, this would extend the home-based learning period to a full two weeks, said task force...