Good evening! Catch up on some of the week's top reads.
26-year-old believed to be mother charged over abandoning baby in Bedok rubbish chute
The police are still looking into the identity of the child's father.
askST: Can the coronavirus be spread through the air?
Readers have asked how the virus could be transmitted without direct prolonged contact with any infected person.
Fighting coronavirus: An appeal to Singaporeans
Singaporeans have been tested by other crises before. Each time, the people of Singapore rose to the occasion and survived the crisis, wrote Prof Tommy Koh.
Generation Grit: Your child is as good as retarded, single mum of disabled twins told
Ms Rozanah Roza struggled with depression for more than five years as the mother of three children - two with severe disabilities.
I was sick of swimming so slow, I was sick of feeling like a slob, confesses Joseph Schooling
"I didn't want to get back in the pool, I just wanted to have fun."
Coronavirus: Turn off air-conditioners and open windows to reduce risk of being infected, say experts
On top of washing their hands and disinfecting surfaces, people need to switch off the air-conditioner, turn on the fan and get fresh air to reduce the chances of getting infected by the novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Wuhan lockdown could have led to more infections; outbreak might spike end-February, says expert
It has possibly led to more people contracting the Sars-like coronavirus because of people being in proximity with each other, said top epidemiologist Ian Lipkin.