During this COVID-19 pandemic, the People’s Association has been all over the place. As far back as early February 2020, hundreds of People’s Association volunteers were out there at 89 community centres and 654 RC centres all over Singapore to distribute surgical masks to 1.3 million households in Singapore. At that time there was a […]
We’re a blessed people and often, we take good things for granted. To deal with the pandemic, we have been given quality free masks to help keep ourselves and others safe. And now, Madam Ho Ching revealed a third round of nationwide mask distribution. These are 3D mask, similar to the white Singapore lion mask […]
Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung was happy to announce the launch of a reciprocal Air Travel Bubble with Hong Kong. The first flights will depart on 22 November with 200 ‘bubble travellers’ both ways. This Air Travel Bubble is the first of its kinds for a number of reasons. Between 2 Aviation Hubs It is […]
Low cases or even zero cases do not mean the virus is eliminated. We are safe only when the whole world is safe. But unfortunately, the virus is raging in many parts of the world with no end in sight as winter draws near. Many countries are seeing surges in second waves where the daily […]
Successful start of Singapore International Energy Week marks the resumption of MICE activities in Singapore
It was a moment many had been waiting for: the resumption of MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions) activities . Monday morning (26 October) saw the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) off to a smooth, successful start. The MICE sector is an important one for us as it supports more than 34,000 direct and indirect […]
‘Aggressive mass testing’, ‘contact tracing’, ‘a pre-emptive approach to treatment’ are some of the reasons mortality rate is lowest in Singapore.