Thinking Aloud

What will we remember of Covid-19, a decade from now?

There is reason to hope it will be seen as a turning point for S’pore towards a fairer, more equal society

An ongoing exhibition at the National Museum, titled Picturing The Pandemic: A Visual Record of Covid-19 in Singapore, documents contemporary developments with artefacts and stories from the public. ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN

SINGAPORE - There was a bottle of hand sanitiser, a colourful reusable face mask, and a roll of toilet paper.

Displayed alongside them were a rolled-up yoga mat, a pair of wireless headphones and a hand shovel and watering can, among other items those used to working from home will be familiar with.

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