Chinese Actress Jing Tian Slammed By Netizens For Placing Hotel Towels On Bathroom Floor... 3 Years Ago

22/9/2021 5:15:00 AM

Chinese Actress Jing Tian Slammed By Netizens For Placing Hotel Towels On Bathroom Floor... 3 Years Ago

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Covid-19: From Oct 13, unvaccinated people not allowed to dine in or enter malls, attractions

SINGAPORE — Starting Wednesday (Oct 13) those who are not fully vaccinated will not be allowed entry into malls, large standalone stores, attractions, hawker centres and coffee shops, so as to protect them and reduce the strain on the healthcare system, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said.

What a disgrace behaving so uncouth and tarnishing the good name of fellow Chinese.

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