Has Covid-19 made Singapore's public dining spaces cleaner?

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After a year battling Covid-19 and a nationwide campaign to ramp up hygiene in public dining places, such as getting people to return their trays, not much has changed.
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SINGAPORE - After a year of grappling with Covid-19, along with a nationwide cleanliness campaign to keep public dining places clean, it appears not much has changed.

A National Environment Agency (NEA) survey revealed that the average tray return rate at the 110 hawker centres here as at March this year stood at 35 per cent, compared with 33 per cent in July last year.

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