Covid-19: Some travellers arriving in S’pore to be swabbed only once; border curbs eased for 6 more countries including Bangladesh, India

23/10/2021 12:22:00 PM

Covid-19: Some travellers arriving in S’pore to be swabbed only once; border curbs eased for 6 more countries including Bangladesh, India

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Ratio of youth infected with Covid-19 up in past month; group urged not to ‘take chance’ on vaccination

SINGAPORE — Young people should not assume that they are protected from Covid-19 and thus do not require vaccinations, the Health Ministry’s director of medical services Kenneth Mak said on Saturday (Nov 20).

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Covid-19: No visitor rule at hospitals, residential care homes extended till Nov 21

COVID-19 vaccines not linked to pregnancy loss; mixing vaccines may confer greater protectionThe following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that have yet to be certified by peer review.COVID-19 vaccines not linked with pregnancy lossTwo studies in major medical journals add to evidence that CO

Kopitiam, Delifrance among 24 F&B outlets penalised for breaching Covid-19 measuresSINGAPORE - Kopitiam and Delifrance were among 24 food and beverage (F&B) outlets penalised for breaching Covid-19 safe management measures in the past two weeks. Fifteen of these outlets were ordered to close and the remaining nine were fined, said the Ministry of... Sometimes the restaurants find it difficult to maintain the distance. The customers are unreasonable at times and the staff will find it difficult to remind someone who rebuts them.

3,439 new Covid-19 cases in S’pore; 16 more deaths bring tally to 280

Covid-19: Rise in cases and deaths tests Britain’s gamble on few virus restrictionsSpore in exact situation. So make sure nobody dies that is the only solution

Many Indians unlikely to be fully vaccinated by year-end despite ample COVID-19 shotsNEW DELHI: Tens of millions of Indian adults are unlikely to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of 2021 despite ample supplies, due to an unusually large gap between the doses of the most widely-used vaccine and growing complacency as cases fall. The locally-produced AstraZeneca vaccine,