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With hospitals filling up with coronavirus patients, experts said the pandemic has highlighted the increased need and importance of care in the home.With hospitals filling up with coronavirus patients, experts said the pandemic has highlighted the increased need and importance of care in the home.

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With the circuit breaker period coming to an end, more facilities and activities for seniors will resume on June 2 to cater to their psycho-social well-being, the Health Ministry said on Friday (May 22). However, as seniors are especially vulnerable to the coronavirus, most precautionary measures affecting them will remain in the initial stage of Singapore's reopening. For example, interest...With the circuit breaker period coming to an end, more facilities and activities for seniors will resume on June 2 to cater to their psycho-social well-being, the Health Ministry said on Friday (May 22). However, as seniors are especially vulnerable to the coronavirus, most precautionary measures affecting them will remain in the initial stage of Singapore's reopening. For example, interest...

Coronavirus: More activities for seniors to resume from June 2 for their psycho-social well-being, Singapore News - AsiaOne

There will be more facilities and activities for seniors from June 2 to cater to their psychosocial well-being after the circuit breaker ends, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said yesterday.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Singapore News -There will be more facilities and activities for seniors from June 2 to cater to their psychosocial well-being after the circuit breaker ends, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said

Coronavirus: More facilities and activities to ensure well-being of seniors, Singapore News & Top Stories - The Straits Times