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专家警告称,在新加坡重新开放的第二阶段,民众不要进行过度的交际活动

高级卫生记者Salma Khalik称,人们在未来几天和几周的行为,将决定是否继续享有更大的行动自由的权利。

前往德国的新加坡人将不再需要在抵达时被检疫

要进入德国,你还必须得满足许多其他条件。

政府官员称,北京每天可对近100万人进行COVID-19筛查

周日,一位中国的政府官员称,中国首都北京有能力每天对近100万人进行冠状病毒筛查,且目前检测仍在继续

新加坡大选:被指“违反社交距离” ,六名前进党党员和媒体人在走访时被记名

新加坡6名前进党党员在拜访社区时,因被指控违反社交距离规定而记下了他们的个人资料!

马来西亚总理慕尤丁宣布总额为350亿林吉特的经济复苏计划,以振兴马来西亚的经济

用于应对新型冠状病毒疫情的近1000亿美元中,约80%将用于支持企业以及帮助员工保住工作。

工人党秘书长毕丹星呼吁提高新加坡财政健康状况的透明度,让民众更多地参与政策制定

6月5日,工人党(WP)成员在国会大厦表示,政府应披露如何决定应急基金的拨备金额。

杨莉明:考虑到对养老金储备的影响,中央公积金的短期降税无法轻易完成

杨莉明表示,雇佣补贴计划能更好地帮助企业减少开支。

COVID-19: Singapore launches drive-through test site for 'priority groups'

A drive-through site for COVID-19 swab tests has been launched in Singapore to test "priority groups" for the coronavirus.

Coronavirus: Passengers to be banned from front seat of Grab car; have to declare health and hygiene status

Drivers and passengers will both be able to cancel rides if the other party appears to be unwell or is not wearing a mask.

Coronavirus losing potency, says top Italian doctor

The new coronavirus is losing its potency and has become much less lethal, a senior Italian doctor said.

Unlike Sars, Covid-19 will be here for some time: Experts

More than 370,000 people around the world have died from Covid-19 and the toll is mounting.

Coronavirus: Malaysian worker in S'pore can't get home for his mother's funeral

As his siblings gathered around his mother's coffin for their last prayers, Mr Terry Mariyadas, 35, could only watch helplessly from the other end of a WhatsApp video call.

Coronavirus: Travel curbs see fewer trucks crossing Singapore-Malaysia border

These days, Malaysian lorry driver Muhammad Rizwan Muhammad sets off for Singapore at 7am and is able to make it back to his home in Johor Baru in time for lunch.

Covid-19 has stressed social fault lines in Singapore: Grace Fu

The Covid-19 outbreak has stressed Singapore's social fault lines and increased tensions between foreigners and locals.

Drug syndicates get crafty as supply disrupted, prices spike

Border closures and movement restrictions are hindering the global supply of illegal drugs.

Chinese vaccine could be ready by year-end, government body says

A Chinese-made coronavirus vaccine could be ready for market as early as the end of this year

'You Chinese virus spreader': after coronavirus, Australia has an anti-Asian racism outbreak to deal with

A rise in racial abuse linked to Covid-19 highlights a gap in human rights legislation: why is there no federal law punishing racist acts as a crime?

No more shared karaoke booths and massage chairs in China as Covid-19 takes the shine off sharing economy

Experts say that consumer behaviour has changed irrevocably as a result of Covid-19 – and that the sharing economy must adapt.

Singapore among Asian nations doing well in Covid-19 fight: WHO adviser

Asian countries such as South Korea, Vietnam and Singapore are doing well in their fight against Covid-19

South Africa has backlog of over 96,000 coronavirus tests

South Africa has a backlog of more than 96,000 unprocessed specimens awaiting coronavirus tests, the health ministry said on Friday, reflecting

一份要求从6月2日起在新加坡放开有限度社交聚会的请愿书已得到了8000人的支持

可能会得到那些还没有暗中违反聚会规定人士的支持。

颜金勇表示,满21天且临床表现良好的Covid-19患者,检测呈“阳”也可出院

作为额外的预防措施,这些康复的病人将被要求在家中再休息7天。

Coronavirus: No quarantine for Malaysians going home for family funerals

Malaysians in Singapore will be permitted to return home to attend the funerals of immediate family members without the need to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine.

Coronavirus: Fresh graduate became family's sole provider due to Covid-19

SINGAPORE (THE NEW PAPER) - Polytechnic graduate Dian Afiqah Salaihuddin had planned to get a full-time job after graduation so she could save up for university.

所有入住宿舍的外籍劳工都必须使用TraceTogether app

以便于在出现感染病毒患者时追踪其接触者。

新加坡可与新西兰在研发Covid-19疫苗方面开展合作

新加坡与新西兰加强伙伴关系的一周年纪念。

在新加坡的马来人只能返回马来西亚参加最多不超过3个小时的葬礼

他们还必须在举行葬礼的地点穿戴完整的个人防护装备。

新冠疫情暴露出新加坡业主对于租户的压榨

租户正在借助疫情组成更大规模的磋商共同体。他们可能会取得胜利。

坚毅向前预算案(Fortitude Budget):在全新的SGUnited工作和技能组合计划下,创造超过40,000个工作岗位

该组合包计划还将为3万名求职者提供2.5万个培训名额和技能培训课程。

‘I thought it was too good to be true’: Photographer offers free service to hawkers and F&B outlets

The lunch crowd is normally a force to be reckoned with and Mr Eric Lee, who runs Arcade Fish Soup, would attest to that. The

Coronavirus: Migrant workers important to S'pore economy, say business and trade groups in response to calls to limit numbers

The groups urged careful consideration of such stricter policies, highlighting the value of foreign labour given the country's manpower limitations.

Masks too dangerous for children under two, Japan medical group says

Children under the age of two shouldn't wear masks because they can make breathing difficult and increase the risk of choking, a Japan medical

Online shopping trend set to stay after curbs ease, say analysts

Groceries and food, together with indoor exercise equipment and gaming tools, have emerged as the most popular categories for online shopping.

Rich Chinese investors snapping up luxury homes from Singapore to Sydney

SYDNEY (BLOOMBERG) - Rich Chinese investors are finding luxury real estate is a good hiding place from the economic fallout of the coronavirus.

Workers hope for improved living spaces, safer transport

They came for a better life. Even if it meant staying in cramped spaces and being transported in open-backed lorries without seat belts.

受Covid-19影响的艺术家和艺术团体可获5500万新元支持

艺术可以帮助我们在困难时期奋勇向前。

新加坡陷入进一步衰退,2020年GDP可能会降低7%

这可能是自1965年新加坡独立以来出现的最严重的一次衰退。

据报道,有人用绿茶代替了Woodlands HDB电梯里的洗手液

这就是为什么有时候我们不能拥有美好的事物。

China's 'bat woman' researcher warns coronavirus is just 'tip of iceberg'

China’s “bat woman” researcher warns that the deadly coronavirus surfacing now is “just the tip of the iceberg” in terms of what humans may soon face without a global …

Allow vehicle sales to resume, say motor traders

Motor traders have sent an appeal to the Government to allow vehicle sales to resume when the circuit breaker is lifted next month.

No buffets or packed decks as cruise lines look to sail again

Cruising will be a far different experience once liners begin sailing again, as operators do away with bustling buffet lines, crowded decks and packed itineraries.

Experts studying impact of virus on S'pore society and behaviour

Before circuit breaker measures were implemented, over 90 per cent of those with respiratory infections and diarrhoea would seek medical assistance.

Jobs will be key part of fourth support package: DPM Heng

Jobs will be a key part of the fourth Covid-19 support package that will be announced today, said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat.

KKH trying out automated escalator handrail cleaning device

In order to quell the public's fear of touching common surfaces during the Covid-19 outbreak, an automated escalator handrail cleaning device was installed at KKH.

MOH advisory against wearing masks if you are not sick is misplaced

Wouldn't it be more prudent to be proactive instead of reactive when it comes to avoiding such infections?

Offer price too low, bid for dementia village rejected

The sole bid for a dementia village occupying 10 bungalows in Sembawang has been rejected as its offer price of $15 million was deemed too low.

Coronavirus lockdown sparks a surprising backlash against otters in Singapore, the 'Otter City'

A nomadic otter family's raid of a private fish pond has triggered calls for a cull in a city-state.

Japan wins virus fight by ignoring rulebook

Japan’s state of emergency is nearing its end with new cases of the coronavirus dwindling to mere dozens.

Citizens Should Work From Home As Much As Possible Even During Phase 1, Says Lawrence Wong

Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong said that employees should continue to work from home as much as possible, even during Phase 1.

Domestic helpers should stay at home during Phase 1 of Singapore's reopening: MOM

Foreign domestic workers are urged to stay at home, even on their days off, in the first phase of Singapore's reopening, as "circuit

Coronavirus-triggered layoffs in US hit nearly 39 million

The U.S. government says the number of Americans thrown out of work since the coronavirus crisis struck two months ago has climbed to nearly 39 million

What did eight weeks and $3 trillion buy the U.S. in the fight against coronavirus?

Unemployment checks are flowing, $490 billion has been shipped to small businesse.

CDC 'let the country down' on coronavirus testing: White House

The White House rebuked the top US health agency on Sunday, saying "it let the country down".

Singapore reports 305 new COVID-19 cases, lower number partly due to fewer tests processed at a laboratory

Singapore reported 305 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Monday (May 18), taking the national total to 28,343. The vast majority of

Police investigating people who gathered in Robertson Quay despite circuit breaker: Masagos

He said enforcement action will be taken against business operators and individuals found to be in breach of safe distancing measures.

Mapletree staff donate solidarity payments to support tenants and service providers on unpaid leave

More than 100 Mapletree staff have voluntarily contributed their cash payouts from the Government.

Restaurants and cafes reopen in parts of Europe, but no mad rush

COPENHAGEN: Restaurants and cafes began reopening in parts of Europe and Central Asia on Monday (May 18) after weeks of closures, eager to again