Helping low-income, disabled, elderly group bridge growing digital divide | THE BIG STORY

Helping low-income, disabled, elderly group bridge growing digital divide | THE BIG STORY

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0:00 – THE BIG STORY

0:40 – DIGITAL INCLUSION
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of technology, with activities and interactions taken to the online space. However, some people are getting left behind, like the disadvantaged segments of society who may not have the adequate resources or access to technology infrastructure. Engineering Good is a non-profit organisation is helping disadvantaged groups in the community by providing them access to technology. Its executive director Johann Annuar shares more. Read the story: https://str.sg/JLCU

6:48 – SINGAPORE NEWS

8:40 – CORONAVIRUS UPDATES
Given the strong demand for Covid-19 vaccines worldwide, Singapore is unlikely to get enough for every person in the initial months, or even the first year. Associate Professor Alex Cook, vice dean of research at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, tells us who should be given priority. Read the story: https://str.sg/JLHJ

13:48 – BEYOND OUR BORDERS

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