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Singapore to allow quarantine-free travel in September

Singapore expects to have fully vaccinated 80% of its population by then, says Finance Minister Lawrence Wong.
Additional $1.1 billion in support for businesses hurt by resumption of tighter measures - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Additional $1.1 billion in support for businesses hurt by resumption of tighter measures

The tighter measures, which includes a ban on dining-in, is in effect from July 22 to Aug 18.
OUE Lippo Healthcare temporarily closes emergency department in flagship hospital in Myanmar amid Covid-19 spike - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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OUE Lippo Healthcare temporarily closes emergency department in flagship hospital in Myanmar amid Covid-19 spike

The rest of the departments in the hospital will remain operational, it says.
New Covid-19 cluster at Marina Bay Sands' casino found - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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New Covid-19 cluster at Marina Bay Sands' casino found

The casino at MBS will be shut for cleaning from July 22 to Aug 5
Singapore’s Covid numbers must learn to tell a different story - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Singapore’s Covid numbers must learn to tell a different story

"I wasn’t afraid anymore. The case count had lost its meaning."
Alliance of Frontline Business Trade Associations pleas for additional support - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Alliance of Frontline Business Trade Associations pleads for additional support

Frontline businesses are hurt by the latest Phase 2ha measures. Here's what they have to say about it.
CDW Holding subsidiary secures license to distribute portable batteries for Covid-19 vaccine freezers - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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CDW Holding subsidiary secures license to distribute portable batteries for Covid-19 vaccine freezers

As at 11.06am, shares in CDW are trading 1.5 cents higher or 5.7% up at 28 cents.
Singapore still can’t live with the virus - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Singapore still can’t live with the virus

To successfully transition to living with the virus, it’s critical to pre-empt the obvious hazards.
Amid growing number of cases, dining-in ban back, again  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Amid growing number of cases, dining-in ban back, again

The curbs will take place from July 22 to Aug 18.

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Singapore must be ready to act as Covid-19 cases spike: Ong

Singapore reported 163 new cases of infections in the community on July 19, the highest since Aug 10, 2020.
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