‘One last night of fun’: Revellers throng nightspots before closures, but merrymaking masks worries over shattered livelihoods

‘One last night of fun’: Revellers throng nightspots before closures, but merrymaking masks worries over shattered livelihoods

3/26/2020

‘One last night of fun’: Revellers throng nightspots before closures, but merrymaking masks worries over shattered livelihoods

SINGAPORE — On Wednesday (March 25), diploma student Shane Lee, 19, who usually clubs thrice a week, headed to Zouk with four other friends for what would be one last night of merrymaking in a long while.

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'one last night of fun' does not mean the virus is taking a break.. Here comes the 'endless night of community spread' soon.. This feels like the SG version of 'If i get corona, i get corona.' smh This is an Asian version of Florida spring break... Tsk Tsk Tsk Emphasis on the word LAST. Singapore COVID management is out of control. Second Gen Singapore leadership is already failing it’s people.

Idiots. 🙄

‘One last night of fun’: Revellers throng nightspots before closures, but merrymaking masks worries over shattered livelihoodsSINGAPORE — On Wednesday (March 25), diploma student Shane Lee, 19, who usually clubs thrice a week, headed to Zouk with four other friends for what would be one last night of merrymaking in a long while. How sad is it that you need to go out to a club to have 'fun'.

Olympics: Japan PM Shinzo Abe, IOC agree to delay Tokyo Olympics by one yearATHENS (REUTERS, AFP) - Japan will hold the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games by the summer of 2021 at latest, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Tuesday (March 24).. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Thailand to declare one-month emergency on March 26: prime ministerThailand will be in an emergency mode from March 26 for a month to deal with the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha told a news conference on Tuesday. The emergency decree will mean the prime minister will have the executive power to declare further measures to contain the virus,

Coronavirus: Malaysia nabs 28 people for breaking movement curbs, one person finedKUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian authorities have arrested 28 people for defying the government's movement curbs and one person was fined, as the country reported an improved 95 per cent compliance of the restricted movement order (RMO) by the public.. Read more at straitstimes.com. 13 unknown

Coronavirus: Olympics' one-year postponement 'will do really good things' for Schooling, says head coach WidmerSINGAPORE - Postponing Tokyo 2020 to next year will not be a distraction for Singapore's only Olympic gold medallist Joseph Schooling, but an opportunity for him to defend his 100m butterfly title.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

One third of humanity under virus lockdownNEW DELHI — India's billion-plus population went into a three-week lockdown on Wednesday (March 25), with a third of the world now under orders to stay indoors, as US politicians agreed to spend US$2 trillion (S$2.9 trillion) to counter the economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic.



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