Following the announcement “Circuit Breaker to Minimise Further Spread of COVID-19”, our team will be working from home and are accessible via email or telephone.
Dear Valued Members & Partners,
First of all, we hope you and your beloved ones are all doing well despite these challenging days. This letter reaches you in a difficult time, with most companies and businesses affected by the measures implemented to control the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. We all hope that we can considerably slow down the spread of the virus and get back soon into a normal working routine. In order to keep at the latest stand, we closely monitor the latest advice of the Ministry of Health, Enterprise Singapore and the Embassy of Switzerland.
Many of our members are concerned and unsure which measures should be taken in their daily lives and business operations in Singapore. Our SwissCham Coronavirus Advisory provides you with details about the virus itself and relevant information on Workplace Measures, Business Continuity Plans, MOM’s recommendations, etc. We kindly invite you to read our full guideline HERE.
Given the latest decisions taken by the Singapore government, physical events are converted into virtual meetings or postponed. We will continue serving the community with creative solutions, including webinars and will keep you informed as usual through our channels: SwissCham website, emails and social media. We hope for your understanding and support in the following recommendations from the Ministry of Health and Enterprise Singapore to mitigate the transmission of the 2019 Coronavirus.
Finally, we invite you to use SwissCham platform for advertising your news, events, and offers towards the SwissCham Singapore community. Please send an email to email@example.com for more information or assistance.
If you have any other questions and inquiries, please contact us directly.
Useful Resources from SwissCham, Partners and Members:
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COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Bill:
The Ministry of Law (“MinLaw”) intends to introduce the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Bill in Parliament next week. The Bill seeks to offer temporary relief to businesses and individuals who are unable to fulfil their contractual obligations because of COVID-19.
(1) Temporary relief for failure to perform contractual obligations because of COVID-19
(2) Revised limits for bankruptcy and insolvency
(3) Temporary measures for conduct of AGMs, meetings for companies
(4) Temporary measures for court proceedings