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By CNA Published: 30 May 2020 Audio: English
People turn to religion in times of fear and uncertainty. But for Singaporeans, practicing religion, in the old familiar way, has become a challenge with the onset of COVID-19. A new era of social distancing makes congregations unsafe, and untenable for infection mitigation. In Singapore, religious leaders and their members learn to adapt and transform age-old practices to serve their constituents, helping them find peace and courage amidst the turbulence of the pandemic. These challenging times are made a little easier thanks to a strong social fabric; the faithful, across different religions, are coming together to discover innovations, building compassion for each other, in the spirit of multiculturalism that underpins Singapore's resilience as a nation.
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