Ties didn't worsen for most families in S'pore amid Covid-19 pandemic

Family relations improved or at least stayed the same for most of the more than 3,000 families interviewed. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - The protracted Covid-19 pandemic did not worsen family ties as feared, despite anecdotal reports of rising tensions among people who had to work and study from home.

In fact, family relations improved or at least stayed the same for most of the more than 3,000 families interviewed in a nationally representative study on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on families with young children here.

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