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Article Less than half of S'poreans agreeable to phone tracking
By: ADELINE TAN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS FRONT PAGE)  26/05/2020
While some are willing to give up privacy to fight Covid-19, tracking method also matters: IPS study Singaporeans are willing to give up some privacy in the fight against Covid-19. But the type of technology and how it is used also matters. A study by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) released   (688 words)
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Article Cautious approach to reopening prioritises 'lives and livelihoods': Wong
By: CLEMENT YONG,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  26/05/2020
coronavirus pandemic Singapore is prioritising "both lives and livelihoods" in adopting a phased reopening after the circuit breaker, said National Development Minister Lawrence Wong yesterday. "I know many are disappointed by our cautious approach," he said in a Facebook post. "I hope you appreciate   (397 words)
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Article Jobs a key part of 4th support package: DPM
By: AUDREY TAN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  26/05/2020
coronavirus pandemic Fortitude Budget will help people upskill and create new jobs Jobs will be a key part of the fourth Covid-19 support package announced today, said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat. Naming it the Fortitude Budget, he said in a Facebook post yesterday that while the Jobs   (474 words)
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Article MOH lists two spots in Jurong Point visited by infectious patients
By: CLEMENT YONG,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  26/05/2020
coronavirus pandemic The Ministry of Health (MOH) yesterday named Jurong Point's FairPrice outlet and Shokutsu Ten Japanese Food Street as public places visited by people with Covid-19 for more than 30 minutes when they were infectious. It is providing a list of such places for the first time,   (435 words)
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Article Some government service centres to reopen on June 2
By: DOMINIC LOW,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  26/05/2020
coronavirus pandemic Those dealing with housing, employment and tax matters will resume albeit by appointment only Government service centres dealing with issues such as housing, employment passes and taxes are set to reopen on June 2 as Singapore enters Phase 1 of the post-circuit breaker period.   (441 words)
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Article Businesses boosting online services to stay relevant
By: OSMOND CHIA,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  26/05/2020
coronavirus pandemic Gearing up for a post-circuit breaker economy, many businesses are beefing up their online services, predicting a slow return to physical stores. Many, such as home appliance retailer Audio House, are forced to break their modus operandi to stay relevant in the shifting business   (424 words)
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Article NDP committee seeks feedback on funpacks, considering 'opt-out' option
By: CARA WONG & CLEMENT YONG,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  26/05/2020
The National Day Parade (NDP) executive committee is exploring the possibility of letting people opt out of receiving NDP funpacks, said MP Louis Ng. The Nee Soon GRC MP, who has been working with the committee since last November, disclosed this in a Facebook post on Sunday. He told the Straits Times   (362 words)
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Article S'poreans help cancer patient return home
By: YUEN SIN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  26/05/2020
coronavirus pandemic Mr Sikdar Rana gets his wish to celebrate Hari Raya in Dhaka with family A group of Singaporeans worked feverishly to arrange a special flight to Bangladesh to grant a dying man his wish to celebrate one last Hari Raya Aidilfitri in his hometown, Dhaka. Mr Sikdar Rana, a   (575 words)
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Article Passers-by help bus captain who breaks down upon news of husband's death
By: ADELINE TAN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  26/05/2020
A video of a group of passers-by assisting a bus captain after she could not continue driving has gone viral. According to the Facebook group Singapore Bus Drivers community, the Tower Transit bus driver broke down after she learnt that her husband had died. In the video uploaded on Sunday, one of the   (245 words)
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Article Medical mission to Cambodia with family inspired this Nanyang Poly award winner
By: HARSHITHA SMRUTHI L . KANDAKUMAR,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  26/05/2020
coronavirus pandemic Her mother used to be a staff nurse at St Luke's Hospital and Singapore General Hospital. Her father is a general practitioner at various polyclinics and does temperature checking and swab testing and also provides consultations. And her sister is pursuing a degree in speech   (353 words)
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