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Published 14.06.2020 14:27
Singapore plans another $23.2 billion as its fourth stimulus package to support the economy.
Along with the previous three stimulus packages, Singapore will spend around $70.4 billion to manage economic impact. The measures include wage support, rental waivers for small businesses and create job opportunities.
Published 12.06.2020 10:10
In Singapore, schools reopened with most students combining online learning and classes in school.
Teachers and students will need to wear masks or face shields, with their temperature taken daily. Wipe-down routines will continue.
Published 10.06.2020 19:07
Singapore plans to distribute wearable device for coronavirus contact tracing.
The wearable device could be given to all of its 5.7 million residents.The small devices could be worn on the end of a lanyard or carried in a handbag. However, it also raises privacy concerns.
Published 10.06.2020 11:39
In Singapore, specially designed face masks for teachers are being made so that deaf students can lip-read.
As schools reopen, about 300 such masks will be distributed to 150 teachers and allied education staff from the Singapore Association for the Deaf (SADeaf), Lighthouse School and Canossian School. These organisations produce see-through masks to make it possible for those who are deaf, or hard of hearing, to lip-read…
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Published 09.06.2020 15:08
In Singapore, 600,000 short term bed spaces will be created for foreign workers by the end of 2020 to help contain Covid-19.
After this first step, future dorms with more space will also be designed to reduce the risk of infectious diseases outbreaks.
Published 05.06.2020 15:49
Singapore makes a new digital check-in system compulsory at selected locations.
The locations include workplaces, schools, supermarkets and healthcare facilities. The system, named SafeEntry, collects data that can be used to facilitate contact tracing.
Published 30.05.2020 08:39
In Singapore, 13 companies donated 100,000 KN95 masks and five tons of hand sanitizer to Batam, Indonesia.
This is an initiative organized by Singapore's Economic Development Board (EDB).Eleven out of 13 have operations in Batam, and theses supplies will go to front-line healthcare workers.
Published 29.05.2020 17:36
Singapore Institute of Technology will give out grants of up to $2000 to some students.
The aim of these grants is to cover living costs and school expense due to unexpected financial hardship caused by the pandemic. At least 250 students would be benefited.
Published 27.04.2020 15:57
In Singapore, firms, charities and donors donated 1.3 million reusable cloth masks to migrant workers under MaskForce
a community initiative. As cases at foreign worker dorms have continued to spike and these migrant workers have become the majority of Singapore’s total numbers, the government requires everyone to wear masks while out. 400,000 workers and 250,000 helpers would get distributed masks.
Published 27.04.2020 15:55
In Singapore, self-employed workers can apply for income relief from April 27
The scheme will help people who lose income because of Covid-19 and they would get cash payouts of $2,100 (3000 Singapore dollars). About 100,000 self-employed people are automatically eligible.

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