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JOHOR BARU: This Ramadan is a different kind of experience for food stall operator Rozita Ramli.
SINGAPORE: Business activity in Singapore plunged to a record low in April due to a lockdown and the impact of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, according to a widely-cited survey. The monthly purchasing managers index (PMI) showed a fall to 28.1 from March's 33.1.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Kristen Choong had accepted her family's decades-old noodle stall in Singapore would likely fold when she retires.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): A man who breached a stay-home notice (SHN) and travelled out of his home to eat bak kut teh on March 23 amid the coronavirus outbreak was sentenced on Thursday (April 23) to six weeks' jail.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): A man who breached a stay-home notice (SHN) and travelled out of his home to eat bak kut teh on March 23 was convicted on Thursday (April 16) after pleading guilty to an offence under the Infectious Diseases Act.
GEORGE TOWN: Besides taking care of his daughter, he has to look after his wife who lost her eyesight due to cataracts.
Two S'poreans, including man who allegedly went to eat bak kut teh, charged with breaching stay-home notice
SINGAPORE (ANN): Two Singaporean men have become the first people to be charged over allegedly breaching their stay-home notice (SHN) in separate incidents during this coronavirus outbreak.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): There were empty seats on the city-bound MRT and when the train pulled into Raffles Place, there were no mad dashes. It was not the usual weekday morning in the Central Business District on the first day that Singapore went into 'circuit breaker' mode on Tuesday (April 7)
KUCHING: The sanitisation exercise to disinfect public places continued at a hawker centre, market and places of worship here on Monday (April 6) as part of efforts to fight the Covid-19 outbreak.