Total employment falls by 15,700 in Q2, driven by departure of non-resident workers amid tightened Covid-19 restrictions: MOM
SINGAPORE 一 Total employment in Singapore fell by 15,700 in the second quarter of this year, as various sectors were affected by tightened restrictions when Singapore went into Phase 2 (heightened alert) from May 16 to June 13.
SAF personnel, PA volunteers roped in for Covid-19 home recovery scheme amid public frustrations over ‘teething issues’
10 new COVID clusters in Singapore, bringing total to 53The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Thursday (29 July) reported 133 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 64,722.
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Problem gambling still a concern although fewer Singapore residents gambled amid Covid-19: NCPG surveySINGAPORE — A national survey has found that fewer Singapore residents gambled in 2019 and last year, compared with the last time the survey was conducted in 2017. Those who did gamble also bet smaller amounts than before, likely partly due to the economic impact of Covid-19. AT A GLANCE: Fewer Singapore residents gambled in 2019 and last year, compared with 2017. There was also a drop in participation rates of all four of the most popular types of gambling – 4D, Toto, Singapore Sweep and social gambling. Because Singapore pools closed down short period during Covid-19 causing gambling less..😁
Free mediation for wedding couples, vendors affected by Covid-19 restrictions extended till end Sept