Covid-19-related issues remain key concerns at Meet-the-People sessions

MacPherson MP Tin Pei Ling (left) and Sengkang MP Jamus Lim at their respective Meet-the-People sessions. PHOTOS: TIN PEI LING/FACEBOOK, JAMUS LIM/FACEBOOK
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SINGAPORE - Pandemic-related issues remain key concerns among residents since the start of the Meet-the-People sessions (MPS) this year, according to some Members of Parliament (MPs).

Disputes between neighbours, the need for financial assistance and even the recent phishing scam involving OCBC Bank customers have also surfaced at the sessions, they told The Straits Times.

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