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‘Substation 2.0’ to keep up the fight for independent art in Singapore

An underground arts powerhouse that enriched Singapore for over three decades isn’t ready to call it quits despite losing its signature venue. The Substation team announced today that new blood will take over the reins after their farewell…

COVID: Singapore reports 195 new cases; 142 linked to Jurong port cluster

MOH on Tues confirmed 195 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country’s total case count to 63,440. There are 182 new cases of locally transmitted infections, of which 142 are linked to the Jurong Fishery Port cluster…

Mandatory SafeEntry for all Singapore wet markets, hawker centres: MOH

Mandatory SafeEntry check-ins at wet markets and hawker centres across Singapore will be progressively implemented over the coming weeks, said MOH on Tues. “This means that everyone entering wet markets and hawker centres must check in with their…

Of 172 new COVID cases in S’pore, 136 linked to Jurong Fishery Port and KTV clusters

MOH on Mon confirmed 172 new COVID-19 cases, taking the country’s total case count to 63,245. Of them, 163 are local transmissions, of whom 116 are linked to the fast-growing Jurong Fishery port cluster and 20 are part…

Singapore detects 88 new local COVID-19 cases; 23 linked to KTV cluster

MOH on Sun reported the detection of 92 new cases of COVID-19 infection in Singapore, taking the country’s total case count to 63,073. Of the new cases, 88 are local transmissions – of which 25 are part of…

Stalls selling fresh fish, seafood ordered to close; stallholders to be tested for COVID-19

Fresh fish and seafood stallholders at markets managed by NEA or NEA-appointed operators have been ordered to close as a “precautionary measure” to curb the spread of COVID-19 among fishmongers. on Sun, NEA and MOH said that the…

60 new local COVID-19 infections as KTV cluster grows to 148

MOH on Sat confirmed 68 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country’s total case count to 62,981. 60 are local cases, including 29 – out of 58 linked infections – who belong to a fast-growing KTV lounges/clubs…

Fishmongers at all markets to be tested for COVID-19 following port cluster

Fishmongers from all markets in Singapore will be tested for COVID-19, following a cluster of infections at the Jurong Fishery Port. MOH said on Sat that, as a precautionary measure, it has arranged with NEA to test fishmongers…

Enforcement is ‘cat and mouse’ game, agencies stretched: Lawrence Wong

While enforcement efforts will be ramped up in the wake of the ongoing KTV lounges/clubs cluster, it remains a “cat and mouse” game, with illegal gatherings taking place in many other settings too, said Finance Minister Lawrence Wong…

Lawrence Wong urges those who went to COVID-linked KTV lounges to do ‘right thing’

Any persons who have been to the pivoted KTV lounges linked to the recent COVID-19 cases to “do the right thing” by getting themselves tested and self-isolation, said Finance Minister Lawrence Wong on Thurs. “The MTF has also…

Of 8 COVID cases in Singapore, one local and unlinked

MOH on Sun confirmed eight new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country’s total case count to 62,692. One of them is a local case in the community, who is currently unlinked. This comes a day after authorities…

1 local unlinked case among 10 new COVID infections in Singapore

MOH on Fri confirmed 10 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country’s total case count to 62,678. The lone local case in the community is currently unlinked. Fri marks the 75th consecutive day with local cases reported…

Routine testing for staff in more high-risk settings, such as dine-in F&B outlets

From 15 July onwards, it will be mandatory for all work staff in three new high-risk settings to undergo Rostered Routine Testing (RRT) using Fast and Easy Tests (FETs). The three settings are dine-in F&B establishments, personal care…

Groups of five dine-in to start on 12 July, wedding receptions can resume

Groups of up to five persons will be able to dine-in at F&B places from Mon, Finance Minister Lawrence Wong said on Wed. The move is aligned with the social gathering group size allowed today. “Dining-in remains a…

Man jailed for driving forklift over co-worker’s legs, which were later amputated

A forklift driver drove forward despite having his vision blocked, and collided into a man who was crossing his path. Unable to stop, Periyasamy Vivek, 34, drove over the 36-year-old victim’s legs, causing both legs to be amputated…

1 local transmission among 11 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore

MOH on Sun confirmed the detection of 11 new cases of COVID-19 infection in Singapore, taking the country’s total case count to 62,617. There is one new case of locally transmitted infection, who is currently unlinked, it said.…

3 of 10 new COVID cases in Singapore local; 1 unlinked

MOH on Fri confirmed 10 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country’s total case count to 62,599. Three of them are domestic cases in the community, of whom two are linked to previous infections. The remaining seven…

Briton charged with not wearing mask in MRT arrived at State Courts without mask

A 39-year-old man who was charged on Fri for failing to wear a mask in public not only arrived at the State Courts without a mask and TraceTogether app or token, he also took off his mask while…

Man to be charged for not wearing mask in MRT train, public nuisance

A 39-year-old man will be charged on Fri for failing to wear a mask while in an MRT train, public nuisance and using threatening words towards police officers who were on duty. SPF said the man was allegedly…

COVID: Marche, Don Don Donki outlets, 14 other F&B places to close for 10 days

Sixteen F&B premises – including the Marche outlet at 313@Somerset and the Don Don Donki Food Court at The Central – were ordered to close for breaching safe mgmt measures (SMMs) in the past week. MSE said on…

Ho Kee Pau’s food products at NEX outlet recalled after pest infestations on supplier’s premises

A food manufacturing company which supplies food products to Ho Kee Pau’s retail outlets has been suspended for widespread pest infestations on its premises. On Wed, SFA added that it has told the company, HKP Food Technology, to…

COVID-19: Sinovac recipients need to undergo pre-event testing – MOH

Recipients of the Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine will still have to undergo pre-event testing, said MOH on Wed. This is because the Chinese-made vaccine, also known as CoronaVac, is not part of the national vaccination programme, which only includes…

5 of 16 new COVID cases in S’pore local; most added to Changi hospital cluster

MOH on Wed confirmed 16 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country’s total case count to 62,579. Five of them are domestic cases in the community, all of whom are linked to previous cases. The remaining 11…

Fine for teen who met friends to play Mobile Legends in Phase 1

A 19-year-old teen who met three others during Phase 1 of Singapore’s COVID-19 reopening to play the online game Mobile Legends at a multi-storey carpark was fined $2,000 on Wed. Dave Darren Savuryrajoo had also visited another friend…

Singapore to tighten border measures on travellers from Australia, ease up on those from Guangdong

Singapore will be tightening its COVID-19 border measures on travellers from Australia, while easing those on travellers from the Chinese province of Guangdong. On Wed, MOH said that, given the recent increase in cases observed in Australia, short-term…

5 of 10 new COVID cases in S’pore are local; most added to Changi hospital cluster

MOH on Tues confirmed 10 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country’s total case count to 62,563. Of them, five are local cases in the community and all are linked to past infections. The five remaining cases…

Fire blazed over 3 floors at 141 Yishun Ring Rd, 10 sent to SGH

Ten people, including a police officer, were taken to SGH for smoke inhalation, following a multiple-unit fire that broke out at a HDB flat in Yishun on Tues morning. SCDF in a FB post said that it was…

Bukit Batok Driving Centre to temporarily bar entry for customers residing in Bukit Merah View vicinity

From Mon, Bukit Batok Driving Centre (BBDC) will be temporarily barring entry to customers who reside in the vicinity of Bukit Merah View. This is in view of the “active cluster” of COVID-19 cases in the Bukit Merah…

COVID guidelines for larger settings such as dine-in on track: Lawrence Wong

The COVID-19 guidelines will be revised to allow for larger gatherings among vaccinated people while dine-in at five per group in F&B places is expected to proceed as planned next month, said Finance Minister Lawrence Wong on Thurs.…

Snap lockdowns cannot ‘go on forever’, Singapore must reopen: Ong Ye Kung

Snap lockdowns cannot “go on forever” if Singapore is to retain its competitiveness and viability, but the country’s reopening will depend on its vaccination rate, said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung on Fri. “At some point, with our…

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