Daily briefing: Choa Chu Kang Waterworks under $28.8m reconstruction; DBS starts trading in the London Metal Exchange

And MoH sets condition for more than 20-minute hospital visits.

From CNA

Singapore water treatment plant Choa Chu Kang Waterworks will be under a $28.8m worth of reconstruction to turn it into a “state-of-the-art” facility by 2026.

National water agency PUB announced the reconstruction will introduce smart capabilities to enhance the facilty’s operation, maintenance and security.

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From CNA

The DBS has started its commodity trading on the London Metal Exchange (LME) as prices of metals surged, it announced

DBS was the one of the four members under the LME. It is also the first bank in Asia to become a member outside of London.

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From CNA

Singapore hospitals will allow visits to extend, the Ministry of Health said, provided visitors take a COVID-19 test.

The Ministry said visitors can stay beyond 20 minutes if they are visiting dangerously ill patients, parents in need of care support and delivering or postpartum mothers.

Read more here.


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