The Edge Singapore revisits local businesses to see how they are dealing with the pandemic one year on. Overall, vestiges of a sombre mood remains


When The Edge Singapore spoke to businesses this time last year, many acknowledged that 2020 was a tough year. Even so, hawkers, gym owners, photographers, renovation contractors and doctors harboured hope that 2021 would be better.

Things seemed more optimistic last December: Vaccines became available, restrictions were loosened, human traffic was picking up, Covid-19 cases seemed to remain steady and the general sentiment was that 2021 will be the year of recovery.

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