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Temasek Foundation is providing one free oximeter for every Singapore household to enable everyone to monitor their blood oxygen levels regularly. “Silent pneumonia” is one of the most serious consequences of COVID-19, where seriously ill people can feel generally well, despite damaged lungs and dangerously low levels of oxygen. An oximeter can help alert us …

The R&D ecosystem in Singapore has been studying various measures that can help support the safe reopening of the economy as we open up in phases. On top of current safe management measures such as wearing of mask, maintaining safe distancing, limiting social contacts and observing good personal hygiene, these additional solutions will help support …

Some 84 student leaders from Asia are meeting in person and virtually at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) this week to discuss potential solutions to the region’s social inequality at the second STEP Youth Regional Affairs Dialogue. Mr Lawrence Wong, Minister for Education graced the Dialogue. Held from 3 to 9 January, the Dialogue, …

Singapore Airlines (SIA) and the Temasek Foundation are partnering with the World Food Programme (WFP) to support the global Covid-19 response to help transport essential medical supplies and other health and humanitarian items by air to points of need around the world.Providing the logistics backbone for global Covid-19 efforts, WFP operates a network of hubs …

In conjunction with Temasek’s annual Community Day on 25 June, Temasek Foundation today announced that it will be providing every resident of Singapore1 with a free MaskSafe kit, consisting of two reusable DET30™ antimicrobial masks. This latest Stay Prepared StayMasked initiative from Temasek Foundation will complement the earlier distributions of reusable masks by the Singapore Government. MaskSafe DET30™ The MaskSafe DET30™ mask has an outer antimicrobial layer. It …

CapitaLand is supporting Temasek Foundation’s Stay Prepared initiative amid the COVID-19 situation by rallying staff volunteers to distribute alcohol-free hand sanitiser to the Singapore community at 16 participating CapitaLand malls.  CapitaLand staff volunteers are expected to put in about 6,000 hours towards the initiative. The free hand sanitiser supplied by Temasek Foundation will be available for collection …