More people in Singapore keeping their health in check

Sata CommHealth reported an increase of more than 30 per cent in people going for health screenings from January to Sept 7, 2021. PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO
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SINGAPORE - Some medical centres are seeing a growing demand for health screenings as more people pay closer attention to their health during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Out of seven healthcare providers The Straits Times contacted, three saw an increase in people going for medical checks, while two did not record an increase. One healthcare group declined to comment and another did not respond.

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