As Singapore eases most of its Covid-19 community and border measures and life returns to almost pre-pandemic norms, people in Singapore look back at how they coped during the past two years, their highs and lows, and lessons learnt.
Leading Singapore’s Covid-19 response
'Inspiring to see grit, commitment and resolve': Lawrence Wong on S'pore's Covid-19 battle
Finance Minister Lawrence Wong was appointed co-chair of the multi-ministry task force on Covid-19 at the start of the pandemic in 2020.
'I was on a life-support machine for 29 days and I almost lost my life': Covid-19 survivor
Madam Choy Wai Chee came down with Covid-19 in 2020 and was hospitalised for four months.
'I came to realise I was really good at being alone': Kit Chan on life during pandemic
Singer and actress Kit Chan says the pandemic has fostered a sense of resilience and strength.
'We were haemorrhaging money': Jewellery store owner revamped business amid pandemic
Ms Trixie Khong, the founder of By Invite Only Jewellery, had just opened her first physical store two years before the pandemic.
Coping amid the pandemic
'First 2 years of university have been very dry': Undergraduate who enrolled during pandemic
I've lost two years of what university life can be but I'm hopeful I can make the best of my next two years, says undergraduate Diviya Vega.