This week's top reads from The Straits Times

Good evening! Catch up on some of the week’s top reads.

Further easing of Covid-19 measures in Singapore: What you need to know

Up to 75% of employees can be at the workplace and larger-scale activities can take place from April.

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Rail Corridor: 8 features to check out at newly reopened 4km stretch

It features two aspects that Singaporeans have come to love about the trail – nature and heritage.

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‘I don’t have a car or house’: Singapore-based technopreneur who bought $93m digital art

32-year-old Vignesh Sundaresan, who has made his wealth in virtual currency, could not afford a laptop once. 

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Exclusive interview with Jose Mourinho: Desire for challenge keeps me feeling young

He attributes his ability to survive in football’s hot seats to his “emotional control”.

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Police probing Ngee Ann Poly students who urinated on others; polytechnic says freshmen not involved

In a video clip, a group of men can be seen urinating on two naked men in a shower cubicle.

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Can Taiwan-Palau travel bubble be a model for Singapore? The jury is out

Much depends on whether governments are in control of the Covid-19 situation within their borders.

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Immunity to Covid-19 varies from 35 days to 4 decades among those infected: S’pore study

The implications are that some people who have recovered from Covid-19 may still be re-infected.

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At least 70 police reports filed against Singaporean-run crypto trading platform Torque

Investors are claiming millions lost in cryptocurrencies on the platform.

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