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Singapore discharge 1,018 COVID-19 patients, refuse to reveal how many tested positive

In preparation for the upcoming General Election, the Singapore government accelerated the discharge of COVID-19 patients. The Ministry of Health discharged 1,018 COVID-19 patients, but it refused to reveal how many of them tested positive. Health Minister Gan Kim Yong yesterday announced that COVID-19 patients who test positive, can be discharged after 21 days if they are "clinically well". The...

Minister Lawrence stumped when asked for details of Phase 2

When questioned for the details of Phase 2, National Development Minister Lawrence Wong struggled to answer and said he "may or may not" open certain entertainment and retail businesses: "As for activities that involve large groups of people gathering in enclosed spaces like libraries, museums, bars, clubs and movie theatres, they may not reopen at the beginning of Phase 2...

Ministry of Health: 12 pre-school staffs test positive, but they are “old infections”

Singapore's Ministry of Health played down the severity of community spread but claiming that the 12 pre-school staffs who tested positive are "old infections". The ruling party government claimed that they are not infectious despite testing positive: "The evidence suggests that these are not active, fresh infections, but old infections. The test results suggest that these staff members have all recovered...

Russian let off by Singapore Police despite threatening to kill officer

A Russian was given ample leniency by the Singapore Police on numerous occasions including making death threats against a police officer. On Dec 7, 2019, 40 year old Russian, Larionov Andrei, was caught for molesting a woman at 12.54am outside Club Le Noir in 3C River Valley Road by grabbing her buttock. A police officer who attended to the molest...

BREAKING: Singapore to discharge all “clinically well” COVID-19 positive patients after 21 days

Health Minister Gan Kim Yong today announced that the Singapore government will discharge all COVID-19 positive patients who are "clinically well" on the 21st day - with immediate effect. None of them will be tested. This practice is unheard of in the world and deemed unacceptable by all other government health boards including the World Health Organisation. "We will be revising...

Minister Heng Swee Keat: PAP need to be in power for 10 years to tackle challenges

Ruling party dictatorship leader Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat said Singaporeans need to vote for the PAP to tackle the coronavirus outbreak and the economic fallout for the next 10 years: "Singapore faces significant challenges that will need to be dealt with for possibly over the next 10 years...A long runway will be required for Singapore to tackle the...

Minister Heng Swee Keat: Finances a lot weaker, but I can “manage”

In an interview with state media CNA, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat confessed that the country will be poorer and promised Singaporeans that he "can manage": "Singapore's financial position will be a lot weaker in the coming years, but the government will continue to find ways to manage this difficult financial situation." When asked how he is going to "manage",...

Singapore to take at least 30 years to return S$74 billion deficit

Singapore's ruling party PAP government went into a reckless spending spree again to save businesses of their friends and cronies. All government-linked corporations and pseudo-private entities - mostly under Temasek Holdings - like SIA and CapitaLand now have access to S$33 billion of taxes to fund their doomed businesses getting wage subsidies, tax rebates, rental relief and cash handouts. One...

Singaporeans each receive S$31 from S$33 billion “Fortitude” Budget

In the S$33 billion "Fortitude" Budget announced by ruling party leader Heng Swee Keat yesterday, Singaporeans will only receive S$100 per household. With an average household size of 3.16, this means Singaporeans each received S$31. The misery assistance triggered anger from Singaporeans who saw the circuit breaker extended twice since May 7. Singaporeans last received a $600 cash handout in April,...

Why has Singapore not even started mass testing?

In Australia's Victoria state alone, a testing "blitz" is being carried out. 100,000 tests were completed in a single day. China's Wuhan even churned out 1.47 million test results in a single day. These are old news last week. The two cities have since opened up their economies and their people have gone back to work. Over in Singapore, the PAP...

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Singapore discharge 1,018 COVID-19 patients, refuse to reveal how many tested positive

In preparation for the upcoming General Election, the Singapore government accelerated the discharge of COVID-19 patients. The Ministry of Health discharged 1,018 COVID-19 patients,...

Minister Lawrence stumped when asked for details of Phase 2

When questioned for the details of Phase 2, National Development Minister Lawrence Wong struggled to answer and said he "may or may not" open...

Ministry of Health: 12 pre-school staffs test positive, but they are “old infections”

Singapore's Ministry of Health played down the severity of community spread but claiming that the 12 pre-school staffs who tested positive are "old infections". The...