3,277 new Covid-19 cases in S’pore; 10 more deaths bring tally to 339
Singapore-Malaysia land VTL: Up to 3,000 travellers allowed daily in 1st phase, via designated buses
SINGAPORE — Singapore and Malaysia will launch a vaccinated travel lane (VTL) by land on Monday (Nov 29) via the Causeway, but under the first phase of the scheme, travellers must be citizens, permanent residents or long-term pass holders of the country that they are entering.
3,174 new Covid-19 cases in S’pore; 14 more deaths bring tally to 329
Covid-19 cluster with 116 cases detected at IMH; admissions to affected wards suspended
Singapore reports 3,174 new COVID-19 cases and 14 more deathsSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 3,174 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Monday (Oct 25) as 14 more people died from complications due to the virus. The fatalities, who were aged between 60 and 93, had various underlying medical conditions. The Ministry of Health (MOH) did not specify what
Large COVID-19 cluster of more than 100 cases identified at IMHSINGAPORE: A COVID-19 cluster of 116 cases has emerged at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH). The COVID-19 cases comprise 108 inpatients and eight staff members from both inpatient and IMH patients been partyin eh? It's called breakthrough casses or Adverse effects of Vaxne.
China locks down city of 4 million over Covid-19 cases
3,277 new COVID-19 cases, 10 more deaths in SingaporeSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 3,277 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Tuesday (Oct 26) as 10 more people died from complications due to the virus. The fatalities were aged between 66 and 98, all but one unvaccinated case had various underlying medical conditions. The Ministry of Health (MOH) did not sp The amount of crowd in this file picture is of grave concern. Covid won’t stop until we stop close contact that spreads the virus! use app Bost instead to communicate with people at the same place. Download it for free at Apple Store and Google Play, Simply search for “BostApp” One of the striking things about the pandemic response is how authorities can monitor the results other countries' decisions, being in different stages. Yet, they still emulate the clearly failed examples (such as the UK). Is it too late to say 'We made a mistake'?