Ong Ye Kung, Lawrence Wong urge all to stick to safe management measures, eat CNY snacks in moderation

29/1/2022 8:28:00 AM
Ong Ye Kung, Lawrence Wong urge all to stick to safe management measures, eat CNY snacks in moderation

Staying safe amidst the Omicron wave.

Ong Ye Kung, Lawrence Wong urge all to stick to safe management measures, eat CNY snacks in moderation

Staying safe amidst the Omicron wave.

With Chinese New Year just around the corner, Minister for Health Ong Ye Kung and Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong have published a reminder for all in Singapore to continue being careful.In a video posted on Saturday (Jan. 29), the co-chairs of the Multi-Ministry Taskforce laid out several tips on how to stay safe.

Four things people can do keep loved ones safeOng acknowledged that many people are looking forward to visiting their families, but reminded people of the continued presence of Covid-19 and the Omicron variant in particular:"[...] we're in the middle of the Omicron wave, and we expect the cases to rise sharply. Although we know it is less severe than Delta, our vulnerable can still fall severely ill if they are infected."

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cool, now make one for post-ramadan Then after CNY become heightened, 2 ppls dining, everywhere only 2 ppl... Then for Other festive they dun care , must follow rules... Now COVID 5000, ppls contacted, bit no action taken, because Chinese new year, after Chinese new year heightened,can't celebrate other festive.

For chinese only can lah 🖕🏾 Hypocrites!!! no The replies and quotes are a mixture of 'the measures are too loose' and 'the measures are too tight' so it's probably a happy medium. Happy new year! just ban cny visitings la easier You have no more right to impose anymore restrictions.Stick to the rules; stay at home if you are even mildly unwell: Ong Ye Kung

Stick to the rules; stay at home if you are even mildly unwell: Ong Ye KungStick to the rules and don't visit anyone if you are feeling under the weather - even if it is just a sore throat and you have tested negative for Covid-19. Urging Singaporeans to exercise caution ahead of next week's Chinese New Year celebrations, Health Minister Ong Ye... living in Bungalow applies? how to check.

Stick to the rules; stay at home if you are even mildly unwell: Ong Ye Kung

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Stick to the rules; stay at home if you are even mildly unwell: Ong Ye Kung

Stick to the rules; stay at home if you are even mildly unwell: Ong Ye Kung🖕 u 🖕the law Play mahjong from Friday night to Wedne$day where got time to re$t?

Stick to the rules; stay at home if you are even mildly unwell: Ong Ye Kung

Stick to the rules; stay at home if you are even mildly unwell: Ong Ye KungStick to the rules and don't visit anyone if you are feeling under the weather - even if it is just a sore throat and you have tested negative for Covid-19. Urging Singaporeans to exercise caution ahead of next week's Chinese New Year celebrations, Health Minister Ong Ye... living in Bungalow applies? how to check.

27 businesses ordered to close, 341 individuals fined for breaching safe management measures in Jan. 2022Reminder: Enforcement at hotspots will be stepped up during the CNY period.

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me/mothershipsg With Chinese New Year just around the corner, Minister for Health Ong Ye Kung and Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong have published a reminder for all in Singapore to continue being careful. In a video posted on Saturday (Jan." This is because antigen rapid tests can throw up false negatives, the minister said. 29), the co-chairs of the Multi-Ministry Taskforce laid out several tips on how to stay safe." This is because antigen rapid tests can throw up false negatives, the minister said. Four things people can do keep loved ones safe Ong acknowledged that many people are looking forward to visiting their families, but reminded people of the continued presence of Covid-19 and the Omicron variant in particular: "[." The dialogue between Mr Ong, Professor Leo Yee Sin, executive director of the National Centre for Infectious Diseases, and Professor Wang Linfa, an expert on emerging infectious diseases at Duke-NUS Medical School, was part of the launch of a Chinese-language book on Singapore's battle with the coronavirus written by Lianhe Zaobao journalists.." Mr Ong added that people that they should take an antigen rapid test before visiting seniors, unvaccinated people or the immunocompromised, and reiterated the current permitted group size for social gatherings is five, saying: “Don’t break the rules – you can get fined.

. He also reiterated the current permitted group size for social gatherings is five, adding:"Don't break the rules - you can get fined.” The dialogue between Mr Ong, Professor Leo Yee Sin, executive director of the National Centre for Infectious Diseases, and Professor Wang Linfa, an expert on emerging infectious diseases at Duke-NUS Medical School, was part of the launch of a Chinese-language book on Singapore's battle with the coronavirus written by Lianhe Zaobao journalists.] we're in the middle of the Omicron wave, and we expect the cases to rise sharply. Although we know it is less severe than Delta, our vulnerable can still fall severely ill if they are infected." He and Wong shared several things that people can do to keep their loved ones safe. "Omicron is less severe than Delta, but we cannot let our guard down because the variant is highly transmissible," Mr Ong said. Firstly, people should follow the existing safe management measures and limit gatherings to groups of five."If many people get infected, there will still be a large number of people who will require hospitalisation.

Secondly, those who are unwell should not go out. "You can always meet with your family and friends virtually online," Wong said. Join. "Don't even test negative and go out," Ong added, explaining that it might still be possible to infect loved ones in that case. Thirdly, people should test themselves for Covid-19 before meeting vulnerable individuals, such as seniors, unvaccinated people, or those with severe illness like cancer or diabetes. Ong added:"Or, you can always meet them through Zoom.

" Finally, Ong reminded people of the content of Chinese New Year snacks: "This is the season where we eat a lot of Chinese New Year goodies. [...] They contain a lot of salt, sugar, and fat.

So, eat in moderation. Don't say don't eat. Eat in moderation." Exercising social responsibility "If we all do our part and exercise personal responsibility, we can have a meaningful and safe New Year celebration," Wong stated. Ong encouraged everyone to work together to"ride through this Omicron wave".

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