Yuen Sin, The Straits Times

Yuen Sin, The Straits Times

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7 May 2021
Singapore gets into gear for return of phase 2 Covid-19 curbs
Tighter measures will come into force from 8th May as Singapore takes stricter measures to curb the worst spate of Covid-19 community infections in close to a year.
Rachel Kelly speaks to Yuen Sin, Journalist at The Straits Times to find out how Singapore is gearing up for return of phase 2 Covid-19 curbs.

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25 September 2020
New Covid-19 measures: How will you be affected by the changes?
Health Minister Gan Kim Yong announced on Wednesday that safe distancing rules will be eased and more activities allowed to resume in the coming weeks as the number of Covid-19 cases in the community has remained low. Other safe distancing restrictions on worship services, wedding receptions, and leisure activities were also relaxed further. Howie Lim spoke to Yuen Sin, Journalist at The Straits Times to discuss those eased restrictions and what we need to take note of.

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22 May 2020
Circuit Breaker easing - what you need to know
Earlier this week the Government announced that when the circuit breaker ends on June 1, more businesses and activities will be progressively allowed. Phase One, from June 2, will last for at least 4 weeks. To find out more about what we can and can’t do as part of Phase One, we are joined by Straits Times political reporter, Yuen Sin.

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