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Daily briefing: SIA not working on SG-Australia travel bubble; SG to increase daily doses by 70% in vaccine drive

And E-bike numbers double in the past year.

From CNA

The Singapore Airline (SIA) is no longer working on a timeline for the planned travel bubble between Singapore and Australia, its SIA regional vice-president for Australia and the south-west Pacific Louis Arul said.

Arul, as cited in a report by the Sydney Morning Herald, said there is a fear over implementing the travel arrangement in a rushed manner. He noted the SIA is “keen” in discussing the details.

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From CNA

The Singapore government will be accelerating its vaccine drive by increasing the inoculation of COVID-19 vaccine by 70%.

Starting 26 June, health authorities will administer up to 80,000 doses daily, an increase from the current 47,000.

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From CNA

The number of electric bicycles in Singapore doubled over the past year as demand for food delivery drivers increased.

Data from the Land Transport Authority (LTA) showed there were 31,660 registered e-bikes or power assisted bicycles, as of the end of May, compared to 15,800 in the previous year.

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