Overworked in S'pore: Study shows one in two logs extra hours since Covid-19 pandemic started

24/1/2022 12:17:00 AM

Overworked in S'pore: Study shows one in two logs extra hours since Covid-19 pandemic started

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Get unlimited access to all stories at $0.99/month for the first 3 months. If you must meet other people, do so outdoors or in a space that’s well-ventilated or meet in a space where the ventilation is good and air quality is known Keep the number of people to a minimum Spend the minimum possible amount of time together Don’t shout, sing or do heavy exercise Wear high-quality, well-fitting masks from the time you enter the building to the time you leave. You have reached your limit of subscriber-only articles this month. The study’s results are similar to the perspective of CNN’s Dr Sanjay Gupta, who said that the are houses of worship, hotels, bars, cafés, and restaurants. Get unlimited access to all stories at $0. Singapore’s Covid clusters A look at the clusters of infections in Singapore over the past two years reflects the study’s findings.99/month for the first 3 months. One child in the placebo group showed remission.

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