SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Saturday (28 March) announced 70 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country’s total to 802.
SINGAPORE — Amid the global COVID-19 pandemic and thousands of Singaporeans scrambling to come home from the US, some have chosen to stay on, for a variety of reasons.
SINGAPORE — SingPost has debunked a circulating audio clip in which a doctor claimed of seeing a report on a postal worker who tested positive for COVID-19 spitting on letters.
SINGAPORE — With safe-distancing measures being implemented, authorities have urged the public to buy food and groceries online, and head to malls only for essential needs.
SINGAPORE — From 11.59pm on Sunday (29 March), all foreign students and long-term visit pass holders must obtain permission before they can begin their journeys to Singapore.
SINGAPORE — The 2020 Shangri-La Dialogue has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said organiser International Institute for Strategic Studies.
SINGAPORE — The three confirmed cases of COVID-19 who work at the SingPost Centre in Eunos do not have contact with members of the public in their line of work, the postal services company said on Friday (27 March).
SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Friday (27 March) identified 49 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore and a new cluster at SingPost Centre, taking the country’s total to 732.
SINGAPORE — A man who repeatedly molested a Primary 5 pupil was on Friday (27 March) jailed for three years, three months and 12 weeks.
SINGAPORE — A Maris Stella High student has tested positive for COVID-19, said the school’s principal in a letter disseminated to parents on Friday morning (27 March).
SINGAPORE — Shopping malls and standalone stalls must limit the number of people entering their premises and disperse groups of more than 10 people, said the authorities.
SINGAPORE — From April, all schools will conduct one day of home-based learning per week, as part of precautionary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Social and Family Development will be rolling out support for lower- to middle-income Singaporeans who are financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
SINGAPORE — More schools will have lactation rooms while all new bus and MRT interchanges will have nursing rooms installed.
SINGAPORE — The fourth generation leaders of Singapore have “gained in trust and rapport” with Singaporeans during the COVID-19 outbreak, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday (27 March).
SINGAPORE — NTUC FairPrice will allow a maximum of only two packs of paper products per customer, down from four in its revision of grocery purchase limits.
SINGAPORE — Singapore’s national football coach Tatsuma Yoshida has penned a letter urging fans to give their support to healthcare workers during this COVID-19 pandemic period.
SINGAPORE — Those who intentionally sit on a seat or stand in a queue less than one metre away from another person in public venues can be fined up to $10,000 or jailed a maximum of six months, or both.
SINGAPORE — Three doctors from the National Skin Centre (NSC) have been placed on a 14-day leave of absence, after having close contact with a fellow doctor who tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Thursday (26 March) morning.
SINGAPORE — Patients who are issued a five-day medical leave by a medical practitioner certifying that they have acute respiratory symptoms are not allowed to leave their homes starting on the day the certificate is issued, according to an update on the Infectious Diseases Act by the Ministry of Health
SINGAPORE — The Ministry of Health (MOH) on Thursday (26 March) announced 52 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country’s total to 683.
SINGAPORE — Graduates who have taken study loans at autonomous universities and polytechnics will have their loan repayments and interest accrual suspended for one year.
SINGAPORE — The Government will enhance its Care and Support Package, resulting in all adult Singaporeans receiving a cash payout of between $300 and $900.
SINGAPORE — The Land Transport Authority announced an additional $120 million to help taxi and private-hire car drivers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
SINGAPORE — The President and all political office holders will be taking a total pay cut of three months.