Covid-19: The Race To 172
We were on track to a further opening-up of society, with a possible increase in group size from five to eight at the end of the month. Everyone was optimistic. F&B operators were rejoicing and making plans to accommodate a bigger dining-in crowd. The end of this pandemic seems to be coming to an end and, is that light at the end of the tunnel, we see?
Behind The Scrubs And Masks: What Do Healthcare Workers Do After Work?
All photography by Thaddeus Loh for Rice Media. Responses have been edited for length and clarity. The pace at our hospitals has been unrelenting: Intubating patients, changing colostomy bags, and resuscitating the stricken. Doctors and nurses go through 12, 13 hours work-days, som
Recently, a growing number of seniors have been found to be living alone, and along with it comes a worrying statistic: in 2020, the suicide rate for seniors reached a record high. To help them feel a little less alone, Kien Ling has made it a point to spend time with these seniors, and she share
Singapore, Unfiltered With rising COVID-19 infections in September, the sentiment on the ground is divided: some Singaporeans have been confused by the government’s mixed signals, while others think we should cut them some slack. But the question remains: are we ready to embrace Covid-19 as endemic? Can Singaporeans r