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One year after Singapore confirmed its first case of the disease, here's a look at the milestones in the nation’s response to the pandemic.Jan 23, 2020• Singapore announces its first confirmed case of Covid-19 – a 66-year-old
A 46-year-old female Malaysian was among the four new cases of locally transmitted Covid-19 infections reported in Singapore yesterday, according to the republic’s Ministry of Health (MOH). Labelled as Case 59513,
Singapore Airlines and its regional carrier SilkAIr are piloting an online portal to manage pre-flight Covid-19 testing, the carrier announced.
Top trainer Cliff Brown has become the latest handler to announce he is leaving Singapore to return to Australia, where he will be reunited with top sprinter Inferno. In another blow to the sport in Singapore,
Singapore will progressively roll out a compulsory antigen rapid test (ART) at its Tuas and Woodlands checkpoints for cargo drivers and accompanying personnel entering the city state from 9am tomorrow (Jan 22).
Three years ago, it was touted as a development that would rejuvenate Singapore’s central business district. But an upcoming building in the city-state could have fallen victim to the pandemic, which has upended the office market as work from home remains a long-term arrangement for some companies.
SINGAPORE—Singapore Airlines (SIA) is trialing a new function in its digital travel portal that will allow passengers to book COVID-19 tests and receive results on one platform. Currently, passengers traveling from Singapore (SIN),
Singapore’s Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung, as well as Singapore Airlines CEO Goh Phong Choon, are currently urging all employees of the country’s national carrier to receive their vaccinations within the next two months.
Pressure is mounting on an heir to Singapore’s biggest family fortune as he seeks to salvage the troubled property investment at the center of an ambitious expansion into China.
Elsewhere, Japan’s former defence minister Taro Kono will head the country’s vaccine roll-out and New Zealand will require pre-departure Covid-19 tests.