Covid-19: Infectious person spent 8 hours a day at MacPherson coffee shop from May 3 to 7

11/5/2021 8:27:00 PM

Covid-19: Infectious person spent 8 hours a day at MacPherson coffee shop from May 3 to 7

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More hawker centre diners returning trays as NEA advisory period kicks in ahead of fines, warnings

SINGAPORE — More diners in hawker centres are taking the initiative to return their dirty trays as the advisory period mandating diners to do so began on Monday (June 21).

Geylang Serai market, Jurong Point among places visited by COVID-19 cases during infectious periodSINGAPORE: Geylang Serai Malay Market and Food Centre was on Monday (May 10) added to a list of public places visited by COVID-19 community cases ...

Tearful reunions mark second Mother's Day under COVID-19 pandemicLast Mother’s Day, they celebrated with bacon and eggs over FaceTime. This time, Jean Codianni of Los Angeles flew to New Jersey to surprise her ...

Spaniards party as COVID-19 curfew ends but doubts remainMADRID/BARCELONA: Exhilarated Spaniards chanting 'freedom' danced in streets and partied on beaches as a COVID-19 curfew ended in most of the ...

Police investigating abuse of COVID-19 safe-distancing officer at Lau Pa SatSINGAPORE: The police are investigating a case of verbal abuse against a safe-distancing enforcement officer at Lau Pa Sat, said the Singapore ... Read the rules, understand it and comply.. You should not mingle across tables. And don’t have to raise voices and be angry. Hilarious to discover there's a group called Complaint Singapore with over 100k nosey people with nothing better to do than look at citizens of their own country naming and shaming each other 😂🤣 The George Orwell dream lives on 😂🤣 pathetic This probably the reason why some safe distancing officers are reluctant to tell ppl off when they're wrong. Either way, you get abused. Isn't time that ppl should feel the full force of the law for not adhering to the safe distancing policy as well as the abuse of the officers?

Vietnam says new Covid-19 outbreak threatens stability

China to set up separation line on Mount Everest over COVID-19 fearsChina will set up a 'separation line' on the peak of Mount Everest to avoid possible Covid-19 infections by climbers from virus-hit Nepal, state ...