Woman queues 2 hours for COVID-19 swab test, only to realise at her turn queue was for roast chicken - The Independent Singapore News

21/3/2022 10:21:00 AM

Communication 101: Confirm with someone in charge ahead of time if the queue is for what is expected.

Woman queues 2 hours for COVID-19 swab test, only to realise at her turn queue was for roast chicken - The Independent Singapore News

Communication 101: Confirm with someone in charge ahead of time if the queue is for what is expected.

, one must have the correct destination for it to be considered a successful endeavour.LinkedIn Vanuatu have pulled out of Oceania's qualification tournament for this year's World Cup finals in Qatar due to a majority of their players and staff testing positive for COVID-19, the country's football federation (VFF) said on Saturday.Weekly infection growth rate dips to 0.Copy to clipboard https://str.

- Advertisement 1- Photo: Taken from Weibo.com Since she had already spent that much time waiting, the woman then decided to purchase two whole chickens to take home.Vanuatu were then scheduled to play Solomon Islands on Sunday.Members from the Weibo community found the woman’s experience hilarious and asked if the chicken was worth the two-hour wait.Another 2,190 cases were detected through polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests.Netizens confirmed that the particular stall did sell delicious roast chicken, and it often sees long queues."Vanuatu's next match day is in the next two days, and VFF do not have sufficient time to replace the players and officials.Meanwhile, others wondered if she didn’t smell the roast chicken aroma from the stall, which could have warned her that she was in the wrong line.Sports activities involving up to 30 fully vaccinated people at supervised sports facilities within dormitories and recreation centres can resume.

Hopefully, this serves as a lesson for others to confirm with someone in charge ahead of time if the queue is for what is expected..About 95 per cent of the eligible population in Singapore have completed their full vaccination regimen, and 70 per cent of the total population have received their booster shot./TISG.

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