Morning Briefing: Top stories from The Straits Times on July 21

Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Tuesday, July 21.

More Orchard Road malls among new places visited by infectious Covid-19 patients

Other locations new to the list on Monday were beauty salon Bon Aesthetics at SingPost Centre and the Bar Bar Black Sheep coffeeshop bar in Robertson Quay.

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Coronavirus: More passengers for Changi and SIA, but much lower than in 2019

The number - 48,200 - is still 99.2 per cent below what it was in the same period last year.

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Wave of promising study results raises hopes for coronavirus vaccines

All will require much larger studies to prove they can safely prevent infection or serious disease.

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3 more people die as dengue outbreak worsens in S'pore

Nineteen people have died of dengue fever here this year.

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Trump will 'have to see' about accepting the result if he loses the election in November

In recent weeks, Mr Trump has ramped up concerns about alleged rigging.

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PSP's Leong Mun Wai and Hazel Poa step down from party positions to focus on NCMP duties

Mr Francis Yuen will take over from Mr Leong as the party's assistant secretary-general while the vice-chairman post that was held by Ms Poa will remain vacant for now.

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P1 registration: 14 popular schools to hold ballot in third phase

They include Ai Tong School, which has 29 children vying for nine places; and Temasek Primary, with 45 children trying for 13 slots.

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Raising workers' dorm standards: who pays?

Economic theory predicts that most times, workers bear the brunt of such changes.

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Dentistry student who tried to strangle ex-girlfriend suspended by NUS, facing disciplinary proceedings

Yin Zi Qin, 23, was handed community-based sentences last Friday.

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Travellers can check Iata map for info on travel curbs, precautions

The database is updated more than 200 times every day to provide the latest Covid-19 travel restrictions based on one's citizenship and country of residence.

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