Daily Archives: June 28, 2020 (9 Articles Found)

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Gardening is an outdoor activity

The forum carried two letters from readers who advocated gardening at home (HDB flats should come with balconies for gardening, by Mr Wong Boon Hong, June 23; and Allow gardening on rooftops of private homes, by Mr Georgie…

McDonald’s outlet in Tampines Mart, Mustafa Centre among latest places visited by infectious Covid-19 patients

The McDonald’s outlet in Tampines Mart, Mustafa Centre and Al-Iman Restaurant in Marsiling were on Sun added to the list of places visited by Covid-19 patients while they were infectious. In its evening update on the coronavirus situation…

A-Reit’s rent waivers to tenants in Singapore YTD amounts to less than S$20m

Ascendas Reit (A-Reit) estimates that rent waivers provided to its tenants in Singapore year to date amount to less than S$20 million. The actual amount to be disbursed will depend on tenants’ eligibility assessment by the authorities. This…

Organiser of badminton group session that drew flak after Covid-19 case says guidelines can be clearer

The Covid-19 patient who had played badminton at the ActiveSG Jurong East Indoor Sport Hall on Mon with a large group had joined the session for the first time this year, signing up through social platform Meetup. The…

COVID-19: Singapore reports 213 new cases; 11 community cases

MOH reported 213 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore as of Sun noon, bringing the total to 43,459. 11 are classified as community cases, while the remaining are foreign workers living in dormitories. Of the 11 cases, eight had…

COVID-19: Vulnerable seniors to receive first batch of TraceTogether tokens from Jun 28

Vulnerable seniors who are currently not digitally connected and at higher risk from COVID-19 will receive the first batch of TraceTogether tokens from Sun, This is to help extend protection to as many people as possible, including those…

2 Amoy Street bars ordered to cease operations, fined for breaching COVID-19 safety measures

Two F&B businesses along Amoy St have been ordered to cease operations immediately after customers were allowed to consume alcohol on premises after 10.30pm. Chico Loco and Moonstone bars were also each fined S$1,000, Singapore Tourism Board said…

Zoo, Universal Studios among 13 tourist attractions allowed to reopen from July 1

The tourism industry in Singapore will start to see some signs of life after grinding to a halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Government will allow 13 tourist attractions to resume operations from July 1, with more…

GE2020: SPP releases manifesto addressing youth-centric issues, mental health, environment

SPP released its manifesto for the coming GE, aiming to tackle not just the “traditional bread-and-butter issues” but also less discussed topics during elections. The latter include improving mental health in Singapore and fighting climate change, as well…

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