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    Singapore reports 3,598 new COVID-19 cases and 6 more fatalities

    SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 3,598 The fatalities are two men and four women who were aged between 61 and 91. Four of them were unvaccinated and two were fully vaccinated. All of the latest fatalities had various underlying medical conditions. The Ministry of Health (MOH) did not specify what...
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    Singapore to allow some travellers from South Asia, ease stay-home notice restrictions for Malaysia and Indonesia

    SINGAPORE: Singapore announced on Saturday (Oct 23) that it will reopen its borders to some travellers from six countries, including Bangladesh and India, as well as loosen testing and stay-home notice restrictions for several other countries, including Malaysia and Indonesia. This follows a...
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    Germany to classify Singapore as 'high risk area', with mandatory entry registration for travellers

    SINGAPORE: Germany will classify Singapore as a “high-risk area” from Sunday (Oct 24), the country’s embassy in Singapore announced. Those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can still travel to Germany without the need for quarantine, but they must complete a digital entry registration...
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    Some COVID-19 measures may be eased if weekly infection growth rate drops below 1: Lawrence Wong

    SINGAPORE: Singapore will ease some COVID-19 measures such as allowing household members to dine-in together if the weekly infection growth rate drops below 1, said co-chair of the multi-ministry task force Lawrence Wong on Saturday (Oct 23). The weekly infection growth rate refers to the ratio...
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    Singapore to allow travellers from South Asia, ease stay-home notice restrictions for Malaysia and Indonesia

    SINGAPORE: Singapore announced on Saturday (Oct 23) that it will re-open its borders to travellers from six countries, including Bangladesh and India, as well as loosen testing and stay-home notice restrictions for several other countries, including Malaysia and Indonesia. This follows a review...
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    Singapore to ease stay-home notice restrictions for travellers from some countries, including Malaysia and Indonesia

    SINGAPORE: Singapore announced on Saturday (Oct 23) that it will re-open its borders to travellers from six countries, including Bangladesh and India, as well as loosen testing and stay-home notice restrictions for several other countries, including Malaysia and Indonesia. This follows a review...
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    Only fully vaccinated employees can return to workplaces from Jan 1; others must test negative

    SINGAPORE: From Jan 1, only employees who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have recovered from the disease within the past 270 days will be allowed to return to workplaces, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Saturday (Oct 23). Unvaccinated employees will not be allowed to return to...
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    Quarantine, testing measures eased for travellers from several countries, including Malaysia and Indonesia

    SINGAPORE: A slew of border measures have been eased, including the resumption of travel from countries such as Bangladesh and India, as well as the loosening of quarantine restrictions for those from Category III countries, which now include Malaysia and Indonesia. This follows a review of the...
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    Some COVID-19 measures may be eased if weekly infection rate drops below 1: Lawrence Wong

    SINGAPORE: Singapore will ease some COVID-19 measures such as allowing household members to dine-in together if the weekly infection rate drops below 1, said co-chair of the multi-ministry task force Lawrence Wong on Saturday (Oct 23). The weekly infection rate refers to the ratio of community...
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    Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine to be included in Singapore's national vaccination programme

    SINGAPORE: The Sinovac-CoronaVac COVID-19 vaccine will be included in Singapore's national vaccination programme, the Ministry of Health (MOH) announced on Saturday (Oct 23). It has been given interim authorisation under the Pandemic Special Access Route (PSAR). The Health Ministry noted that...
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    Car crashes into Ulu Pandan Community Club, 2 taken to hospital

    SINGAPORE: A driver and his passenger were taken to hospital after their car crashed into Ulu Pandan Community Club on Friday (Oct 22) evening. The police said that they were alerted to the accident at 170 Ghim Moh Road at about 6.40pm on Friday. The driver, 70, and his female passenger, 66...
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    2 people taken to hospital after car crashes into Ulu Pandan Community Club

    SINGAPORE: A driver and his passenger were taken to hospital after their car crashed into Ulu Pandan Community Club on Friday (Oct 22) evening. The police said that they were alerted to the accident at 170 Ghim Moh Road at about 6.40pm on Friday. The driver, 70, and his female passenger, 66...
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    Paralysed at 20, she now fights for disability rights in Singapore

    At 20 years old, Fathima Zohra was a fit and healthy student, part-time model and social media influencer. The young Singaporean was on the cusp of her life. And then one day, during a trip to India, the car she was riding hit a tree. Zohra was instantly thrown from the backseat to the...
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    Commentary: Goodbye A380, is this the end of the super jumbo passenger plane?

    SINGAPORE: The pandemic has been difficult for airlines but especially brutal for superjumbo jets like the Airbus A380, hastening their demise. Two weeks ago, CNA reported on two Singapore Airlines A380s being towed along a public road to eventually be taken apart and scrapped at the Changi...
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    Commentary: When adult children choose to move out, relationships can improve

    SINGAPORE: Margaret Fuller, a 19th century American journalist, editor and feminist, said: “A house is no home unless it contains food and fire for the mind, as well as for the body.” Here in Singapore, the COVID-19 pandemic has impressed upon us, the true meaning of home. We suddenly have to...
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    The life of vets: Busier than ever as pet ownership rises, but they can’t ‘walk on water’

    SINGAPORE: When Junior the elderly maltese was taken to veterinarian Lee Yee Lin recently, he had a bad case of pancreatitis. Coupled with a heart condition that was “quite severe”, there was “very little” Dr Lee could do for the dog medically. Junior’s owner, 73-year-old Mdm Thong, had thought...
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    Singapore reports 3,637 new COVID-19 cases and 14 more deaths

    SINGAPORE: Singapore reported 3,637 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Friday (Oct 22) and 14 more deaths from complications due to the virus. The fatalities are seven men and seven women. They include a 41-year-old person who was vaccinated against COVID-19, but immunocompromised and had severe...
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    Investigations show 'no mistreatment' of 17-year-old drug suspect who died after fall from height: CNB

    SINGAPORE: The 17-year-old drug suspect who died from a fall from height three months after he was charged in court was treated "professionally and fairly" during investigations, the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) said on Friday (Oct 22). It added that internal investigations showed "no...
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    Employment watchdog looking into workplace harassment allegations against NOC's Sylvia Chan

    SINGAPORE: The Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP) is looking into workplace harassment allegations against production company Night Owl Cinematics' (NOC) co-founder and CEO Sylvia Chan. TAFEP, in a joint statement with the Ministry of Manpower, said on...
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    Former POSB CEO Bertie Cheng dies from COVID-19; son urges unvaccinated elderly to get their jabs: Report

    SINGAPORE: Bertie Cheng Shao Shiong, the former chief executive officer of POSB died from COVID-19 on Friday (Oct 22) morning at the age of 84. According to a report by TODAY, Mr Cheng's son said his father had not been vaccinated against COVID-19. “My father was a kind and generous man, and...
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