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The changing behaviour series: Dengue in the time of Covid-19 – Singapore

With COVID-19 continuing to dominate news headlines around the world, the equally serious phenomenon of dengue fever in Singapore has taken a backseat. 

Just last week, dengue infections in Singapore have surged past the 10,000 mark, with 870 cases in the first week of June; being the largest outbreak year recorded in Singapore’s recent history. Yet, there are no signs of slowing down. The National Environment Agency (NEA) has warned that the hot and wet conditions suitable for the growth of the Aedes mosquito population are likely to last till October. 

Blis Study Analyses Shopper Behaviour in Singapore

Ahead of major shopping events like the Great Singapore Sale and Singles’ Day, Blis, the global leader in real-world intelligence, today announces new findings from a global study of 6,000 consumers—including over 450 in Singapore—conducted in April and May 2019. The goal is to deliver fresh insight into consumers’ shopping behaviours, to help retailers strategise and boost engagement throughout the rest of this year.

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