Stimulus packages will be ‘in vain’ if S’poreans don’t comply with circuit breaker measures: PM Lee
SINGAPORE — The multi-billion dollar initiatives unveiled in the three Budgets since February to help firms, workers and households will be in vain, unless all Singaporeans “comply strictly” with the Government’s measures in response to Covid-19 pandemic.Read more: TODAY »
Coronavirus: Residents urged to stay home and comply with 'circuit breaker' measuresSINGAPORE - Singapore residents have to stay home and go out only for essential activities like buying food, said National Development Minister Lawrence Wong, as the country saw a record daily spike of 120 new coronavirus cases on Sunday (April 5).. Read more at straitstimes.com. Ok boss. We will be good CB citizens You will see many will go out for essential items. Double then before from 7 Apr... Today in the bus a lot more ppl r wearing masks. Almost all students wear masks. I’m on my way to office to settle payroll for coming months
Circuit-breaker measures must be taken seriously for Singapore to beat Covid-19: Lawrence WongSINGAPORE — National Development Minister Lawrence Wong on Sunday (April 5) urged the public to take the upcoming “circuit-breaker” measures seriously, as on these rests Singapore’s chance of controlling the spread of the Covid-19 disease. We listened to Sia Suay kia n did not wear masks. SG also didnt take preventive measures (shut schools, ban travels, stop work, etc) early enough - instead SG tried to play cool with progressive piecemeal solutions as cases worsened day after day. Hope SG wins this virus fiasco.
Genting's RWS closes Singapore attractions in line with 'circuit-breaker' measuresRESORTS World Sentosa (RWS) has temporarily suspended all of its attractions from April 6 until May 4 in line with the Singapore government's 'circuit-breaker' measures, it said in a bourse filing on Monday. Read more at The Business Times.
Coronavirus: Food charities to forge ahead to deliver food to needy amid 'circuit breaker' measuresSINGAPORE - Even as most workplaces and schools shut down islandwide from Tuesday (April 7), it will be business as usual for Mr Nizar Mohamed Shariff and his four staff, who will proceed to do their daily home deliveries so that needy families will not go hungry.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Make sure everyone handing the food and delivery wear masks and gloves
Parents of S’porean preschoolers to pay only half of out-of-pocket fees for month-long circuit breakerSINGAPORE — All preschool operators are required to offset half of their nett school fees for Singaporean children not attending preschool during the month-long circuit breaker period.
Solidarity Budget to help tide through 'circuit-breaker' period: DPM HengDETAILS of another major support package - called the Solidarity Budget - will be announced in Parliament on Monday at 2pm by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat in a ministerial statement. Read more at The Business Times.