Some families opting to host Chinese New Year reunion dinner at home amid Omicron infection concerns

A Putien staff handing an order to a delivery personnel on Jan 6, 2022. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Communications manager Cheong Chiang Yu, 46, will be having two rounds of reunion dinners at different restaurants this year, undeterred by the likely wave of Omicron infections over the Chinese New Year period.

One will be with his immediate family of four, while another on a separate day will be with his extended family of five.

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