SINGAPORE cannot afford to wait out the coronavirus crisis, as permanent changes mean that there will be no going back to a pre- Covid-19 economy. Read more at The Business Times.
ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONGSINGAPORE cannot afford to wait out the coronavirus crisis, as permanent changes mean that there will be no going back to a pre-Covid-19 economy.That was the warning from Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing on Tuesday, after Singapore posted a record 13.2 per cent plunge in...
1.8 million people have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine: Health minister
A total of 1.2 million people have completed the full vaccination regimen, says Mr Gan Kim Yong.
175 new Covid-19 infections in Singapore, including 3 imported cases and 1 in the community
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).
175 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, including 1 in the community[SINGAPORE] There were 175 new coronavirus cases confirmed as of Sunday noon taking Singapore 's total to 55,104. Read more at The Business Times.
175 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, including 1 in the community and 3 importedThe community case is a Singapore an. The three imported cases had been placed on stay-home notices upon arrival in Singapore .. Read more at straitstimes.com.
In pictures: Singapore celebrates National Day, with a nod to COVID-19 frontlinersSINGAPORE: Thousands of residents lined the streets of Singapore on Sunday (Aug 9), as the country marked 55 years of independence. There ...
10 useful inventions by Singapore firms during Covid-19Crises can bring out the best in us. Even as the coronavirus pandemic has battered businesses locally, some Singapore an companies have been able to produce smart solutions to practical problems, from scuba diving-inspired masks to a ventilator that can be controlled over the Internet. The Business Times looks at 10 inventions that were born from the pandemic. Read more at The Business Times.