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Learning to live with Covid-19 and a labour crunch

The current labour shortage is not only cyclical in nature but also the result of more fundamental drivers. ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG
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Not only has Covid-19 had a seismic impact on public health, it also brought chaos to the global economy through supply chain disruptions and labour shortages.

Hence it was timely that the House on Monday (May 9) discussed how to live with Covid-19, both in terms of public health measures as well as the manpower situation.

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