Daily briefing: COVID-19 task force outlines new normal plans; Temasek Foundation provides free oximeters  | Singapore Business Review

Daily briefing: COVID-19 task force outlines new normal plans; Temasek Foundation provides free oximeters 

And SG files 105 charges vs. Hin Leong founder

From CNA

The multi-ministry task force for COVID-19 has outlined its plans for the new normal, which could include allowing larger gatherings and travel to resume.

The broad plan for the new normal will also allow those who have contracted COVID-19 to recover at home.

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From CNA

The Temasek Foundation will be providing free oximeters to Singapore households to allow individuals to monitor their blood oxygen.

The free oximeter forms part of Temasek’s Stay Prepared initiative. It seeks to help residents be alerted in cases when their blood oxygen drops to a dangerous level.

Read more here.


Hin Leong Trading founder Lim Oon Kuin is facing 105 new charges, stemming from his alleged involvement in the $2.23b worth of fraudulent disbursement.

Of this 68 were charges of cheating, 36 were for conspiracy to commit forgery and one to forge valuable security. This is on top of 25 charges of forgery filed earlier this year.

Read more here.


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