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Stricter measures during Circuit Breaker period

Stricter measures during Circuit Breaker period

With immediate effect, the government has put in force some safety measures to step up on our efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19. Anyone caught flouting the circuit breaker measures even for the first time will be fined $300 right away.

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New Law on Movement Restriction

New Law on Movement Restriction

Find out more about this new law on staying at home, and the 12 reasons you are allowed to go out. For SADeaf clients, if you need more information, please email cs_enquiry@sadeaf.org.sg or contact Community Services: WhatsApp Zhi Hao at 9437 9565, or Kelvin at 9844...

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Using FM/Roger System for Home-Based Learning

Using FM/Roger System for Home-Based Learning

The move towards full home-based learning comes with additional difficulties for our children with hearing loss. As such, we have put together some tips to help your child better access to online learning. You may wish to share this with your child’s teachers and...

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Temporary Relief Fund

Temporary Relief Fund

Online applications for the Temporary Relief Fund opened on 6 April. You may sign up with social services offices (SSOs) and community centres (CC). The fund provides a one-off S$500 financial aid for lower-to middle-income Singaporeans and permanent residents facing...

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The Solidarity Budget

The Solidarity Budget

Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat announced the third round of support measures in Parliament 6 April at 2pm to help tide businesses, workers and households through the COVID-19 outbreak. Here’s a summary of the Solidarity...

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SUPPORT FOR SINGAPOREANS AFFECTED BY COVID-19

SUPPORT FOR SINGAPOREANS AFFECTED BY COVID-19

Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat announced the third round of support measures in Parliament 6 April at 2pm to help tide businesses, workers and households through the COVID-19 outbreak. Here is a summary of the Solidarity...

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