This week's top reads from The Straits Times

Good evening! Catch up on some of the week's top reads.


642 new Covid-19 cases in Singapore, bringing total to 31,068

Among these are six Singaporeans and permanent residents, while foreign workers living in dormitories form the bulk of the remaining cases.

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Singapore's search for a cure and vaccine for Covid-19

To deal decisively with Covid-19, there is an urgent need for two items in the doctor's inventory - a vaccine and a cure.

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Circuit breaker to be lifted: What you can and cannot do from June 2

 

Can you swim in a public pool or view a showflat?

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Mind on a loop while on leave during circuit breaker

Months into working from home and now a week into "vacation" time, my brain has rewired itself into a drama-seeking guided missile.

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Five things to know about NDP 2020: Celebrating at home, joining the virtual choir

The evening segment will involve about 80 to 100 people, with no live audience for now. 

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NPC 2020: China drops GDP target this year amid uncertainties caused by coronavirus pandemic

Before the coronavirus outbreak, economists had expected Beijing to set a target for its GDP growth of around 6 per cent for this year.

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A different Hari Raya: How Muslims in the region are preparing for the festivities this year

Traditions make way for social distancing as millions prepare to mark the end of the fasting month. 

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Wacky But True! A new video quiz series for young learners

Ever wondered how long a Komodo dragon can live, or how many stomach compartments a cow has?

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