Singapore COVID-19

Wearing of mask in indoor settings to be optional by 29 August

The new mask rule does not cover public transportation.

Wearing of mask in indoor settings to be optional by 29 August

The new mask rule does not cover public transportation.

Which companies will win big from SG’s easing of restrictions?

SG stocks gained 4% to 5% following the relaxation.

Outdoor mask wearing to become optional as more people allowed to work, gather

Up to 75% of the workforce can return to the office on 29 March.

Singapore approves Pfizer's oral med Paxlovid for COVID treatment

Paxlovid is the first oral tablet in the country approved for the treatment of COVID-19.

1 in 3 elderly unprepared for living with endemic COVID-19

An SMU study suggests that unpreparedness is linked with government trust.

COVID-positive hotel travellers identify as close contacts: SG Tourism Board

This will closely align recovery protocols for visitors staying in hotels.

MOH grants Acumen Diagnostics offsite PCR testing license

The testing services will be rolled out through Q&M Dental Group.

SG acquires AstraZeneca's Evusheld

Evusheld is a long-acting antibody candidate for COVID-19 treatment.

2 Singapore Airlines passengers test positive for Omicron variant

Their pre-departure tests in South Africa on 26 November were negative.

SMART AMR develops first-of-its-kind 10-minute COVID immunity test

The new point-of-care test offers an accuracy rate of up to 93%.

Singapore 'easing off slightly on the brakes' of restrictions

The multi-ministry task force said the COVID situation in the country has stabilised.

MOH monitors 'unusually high' COVID cases

There are 5,324 new cases as of 27 October.

What Singaporeans need to know in the next round of eased restrictions

Several factors, however, will be taken note of before these can be implemented.

Jab for a job: Postings requiring vaccination 19-times higher in September

One in 900 job vacancies requires new hires to be vaccinated.

COVID-19 positive Sembcorp mariners transferred out of Tukang Dorm

The marine company apologised to its workers at the dorm.

Stricter health standards imposed in migrant worker dormitories

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