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SINGAPORE: Authorities are urging those in Singapore to defer non-essential trips to malls, after safe-distancing measures kicked in across the country. In a WhatsApp message sent by on Saturday (Mar 28), authorities advised people to stay home and only head to a mall for essentials, such as food, adding that food and groceries can be purchased online. Advertisement Advertisement. This comes a day after choke points were seen outside some shopping centres after mall operators took steps to comply with Singapore's new safe-distancing measures to contain the spread of the new coronavirus. READ: JAIL TERMS, FINES FOR THOSE WHO BREACH COVID-19 SAFE-DISTANCING RULES, STAY-HOME NOTICE. In ... Full story

28 March