From Oct 1, unvaccinated workers from F&B, other higher-risk sectors must take Covid-19 rapid tests twice weekly

6/8/2021 1:42:00 PM

From Oct 1, unvaccinated workers from F&B, other higher-risk sectors must take Covid-19 rapid tests twice weekly

From Oct 1, unvaccinated workers from F&B, other higher-risk sectors must take Covid-19 rapid tests twice weekly

SINGAPORE — From Oct 1, non-vaccinated workers from selected sectors including those in higher-risk settings such as eateries and gyms must undergo Covid-19 rapid tests twice a week.

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Indonesia finds COVID-19 deaths more than three times higher for the unvaccinatedJAKARTA: The COVID-19 death rate for people in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta who were not vaccinated was more than three times higher than those who were, according to new health ministry data. The mortality rate of those who were not vaccinated was 15.5 per cent compared with 4.1 per cent fo 预料中的 Proof that Sinovac-vaccine is effective against severe covid-19 and hospitalization.

Indonesia finds Covid-19 deaths more than three times higher for the unvaccinated

Some employees to undergo 'vaccinate or regular test' regime for COVID-19 from Oct 1SINGAPORE: Workers in selected sectors will be required to undergo vaccination or regular COVID-19 testing, including those who interact with vulnerable groups within the population, said co-chair of the multi-ministry task force Gan Kim Yong on Friday (Aug 6). This will take effect from Oct 1. U PLEASE 🙏 GOOD LIFE CHOOSING EVERYONE, GOD'S HELPING THIS COVID-19 AND EVERYTHING 未接種疫苗的職員回去上班當場炒魷魚!

10 new COVID clusters; 1 renamed to North Bridge Rd marketThe Ministry of Health (MOH) on Thursday (5 August) reported 98 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 65,508.

98 new COVID cases in Singapore, 38 unlinkedThe Ministry of Health (MOH) on Thursday (5 August) reported 98 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 65,508.