Q&M Dental Group posted earnings of $8.1 million for the 1H20 ended June, a 2% drop from the earnings of $8.3 million a year ago.

Revenue fell 14% y-o-y to $53.0 million mainly due to the circuit breaker measures imposed from April to June, as well as the movement control order (MCO) in Malaysia. During the period, only essential, or urgent treatments were allowed.

When Singapore gradually reopened in Phase 2, dentists were able to perform more dentistry services, with the exception of aerosol-generating procedures. Treatments were also slightly less than before due to the time taken to disinfect clinics in between treatments.

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