Healthcare

MOM to implement revisions on snap WFH regime

The revisions will take place on 22 September.

MOM to implement revisions on snap WFH regime

The revisions will take place on 22 September.

Raffles Medical faces an upward trend in 2022F

This is due to the planned reopening of Singapore’s borders and economy.   In a report by RHB, Raffles Medical (RFMD) is predicted to have an upward trend for the financial year 2022.

Stricter health standards imposed in migrant worker dormitories

MOM, MND, and MOH were in charge of developing the standards. 

Singapore poised to keep status quo despite higher COVID numbers

Minister Lawrence Wong pointed to the recent infection wave similarly happening in Israel.

Migrant workers face eased movement restrictions

90% of workers have completed vaccinations.

Cost of Stay-Home Notice to be shared, says MOM

Employers who employ Migrant Domestic Workers are covered by this.

4 of 5 Singaporean workers support mandatory vaccination

Around the same number believe that bosses should know the vaccination status of their employees.

Singapore seniors to get vaccine boosters soon: Wong

The booster programme will roll out in two weeks' time.

Chart of the Day: Health concerns push Singaporeans to purchase smart devices

The pandemic pushed more people to look into managing and recording their own health.

Chart of the Day: Singapore leads in vaccination rate in Asia

81% of the adult population in Singapore have been fully vaccinated.

Sri Trang Gloves broadens reach with Singapore office

The expansion is a result of plans to increase production capacity by 186% over the next five years. 

Thomson Medical Group posts $16.9m profit in H1 2021

This is following a net loss of $98m in the same period last year.

Chart of the Day: SG healthcare spending to reach $45.9b in 2030

Fitch Solutions expects the government to ramp up its healthcare expenditure in the coming years.

Temasek Foundation, CHI to provide up to S$1.2m project fund for Healthcare Innomatch Winners

The three winning start-ups and SMEs presented innovative healthcare solutions. 

Singapore secures third spot in Safe Cities Index 2021

The country joins Copenhagen, Toronto, Sydney and Tokyo in the top-five finish.