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Scoot just updated its policy to provide 100% full refunds instead of vouchers on some cancelled flights

Affected customers can now choose between a 100% refund via the original payment mode, or a 120% refund in Scoot vouchers.

Singapore is recording particulars of people who breach social distance rules – and repeat offenders may be fined and charged in court

Singapore can only go back to normal if people take the measures seriously, PM Lee said.

Malaysian netizens are calling for movement restrictions to be extended beyond Apr 14 – and experts agree

Would you be willing to stay home for an even longer time to stamp out Covid-19?

The Huawei Mate Xs and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip are the newest foldable phones in Singapore: Here’s which you should get

One thing's for sure: they're both very expensive. The Huawei Mate Xs costs S$3,788, while the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip costs S1,998.

8 shops have been warned for flouting safe distancing rules in Singapore – and half are bubble tea outlets

If they fail a follow-up check, they will be prosecuted under the Infectious Diseases Act.

Malaysia rolls out additional RM10 billion support for SMEs struggling due to Covid-19 outbreak

The PM reportedly said that the wage subsidy will benefit 4.8 million workers with a monthly income of RM4,000 and below.

Singapore is now pouring almost S$60 billion into Covid-19 measures, including a S$600 payout for all adult Singaporeans

S$600 in cash will be credited into the bank accounts of all Singaporeans aged 21 and above by April 14.

Avoid visiting your extended family, PM Lee says. Here are the 5 key Covid-19 measures Singapore announced on Apr 3

From the closure of workplaces to the restriction of movement outside one's home, here are 5 key announcements PM Lee made on Friday.

An 86-year-old woman linked to a Singapore nursing home cluster has died from coronavirus

All 5 deaths related to Covid-19 in Singapore so far have involved patients above 60 years of age.

1.5 million HDB lift buttons have been coated with a disinfectant that can last for months – here’s why it’s so powerful

Bonding agents allow it to adhere tightly to surfaces at a molecular level, so that it remains effective even with repeated scrubbing and cleaning.