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Singapore, Jul 3 () Singapore authorities on Friday said they are taking a cautious approach in the country's phase 2 of reopening in view of rising infections in community areas. On Friday, the country reported 169 new coronavirus cases.
The new cases include 10 new community infections, comprising eight Singaporeans (citizens) or permanent residents (foreigners) and two foreigners on work passes but living outside the dormitories.
Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings said on Thursday it had delayed its annual report until September as the coronavirus pandemic had affected financial reporting for many of its portfolio companies.
Commodity trade financiers in Singapore are teaming up to strengthen lending practices and improve transparency in the sector following a spate of defaults at trading firms, four sources with knowledge of the matter said.
SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 215 new COVID-19 infections as of noon on Wednesday (Jul 1), including four imported cases, said the Ministry of
Singapore is set to hold general election on July 10 — a little more than a month after the country started easing restrictions put in place to contain one of the largest coronavirus outbreaks in Southeast Asia.
Delivery of the first Invincible (Type 218SG)-class air-independent propulsion (AIP)-equipped diesel-electric submarine (SSK) has been delayed because of disruptions
Singapore on Tuesday reported 246 new COVID-19 cases, mostly foreign workers living in dormitories. Of the 246 new cases, three are Singaporean citizens or permanent residents (foreigners), the health ministry said. The rest 243 are foreign workers living ...
It’s not a given that everyone has a smartphone. To bring that functionality to seniors, the government in Singapore is sending Bluetooth pendants called TraceTogether tokens. As more tokens are made,
Singapore is distributing a digital contact-tracing device to people who don't use smartphones, as part of the city-state's efforts to contain coronavirus.