SafeEntry@Sea starts today for workers boarding, leaving ships

Workers boarding and leaving ships in Singapore's port must check in and out using SafeEntry@Sea to comply with new safety requirements from today.

Singapore, Malaysia to work closely to keep supply chains going amid state of emergency: Chan Chun Sing

SINGAPORE - Singapore and Malaysia will continue to work closely to keep supply chains going amid the movement control restrictions and state of emergency declared in Malaysia, said Minister for...

Malls may face entry restrictions if they slip up on crowd management

As clampdowns on businesses and individuals breaching safe distancing measures continue, shopping malls are no exception to scrutiny.

NTUC to offer members counselling to deal with Covid-19 challenges

Union members stressed by the pandemic and job situation can soon receive psychological help to deal with the challenges.

8 F&B outlets ordered shut; 26 others fined

Eight food and beverage (F&B) outlets were ordered to close, and 26 other outlets and 51 people were fined, for breaches of safe management measures during the year-end festive period.

2,500 people have travelled to Singapore via reciprocal green lanes; 2 Covid-19 cases among them

About 2,500 travellers have arrived in Singapore via reciprocal green lanes from June 8 to Dec 25 last year, with two among them testing positive for Covid-19, Health Minister Gan Kim Yong has...

Asean body urged to set up air travel bubble to aid sector

The Asean Secretariat should look at ways to set up a regional air travel bubble for pan-Asean leisure travel with no quarantine, a report by the Singapore University of Technology and Design (...

Vaccination drive kicks off, paving way for further reopening

Singapore's national Covid-19 vaccination programme kicked off yesterday, with the first Pfizer-BioNTech jabs being administered to 40 healthcare workers at the National Centre for Infectious...

Telecommuting amid Covid-19 pandemic paves way for new workplace culture

Months of working from home lead to calls for adopting flexi-work as standard practice.

Bosses unlikely to mandate vaccination for staff, say experts

When the Covid-19 vaccines are rolled out from next year for most residents, interior design firm Design 4 Space plans to dangle a trip to Japan to encourage its staff to get the shots.

Mammoth task as countries gear up for vaccine roll-out

The year started off on a grim note, but it looks like it will end with some good news: Mass Covid-19 inoculations have started to take off, fuelling hopes that the pandemic can finally be reined...