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SafeEntry not working at Jurong Point NTUC and food court

Despite having spent millions building the contact tracing application, SafeEntry, it stopped working when contact tracing is required during an actual incident. The app is created by the son of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Li Hong Yi, who sits as Deputy Director at the Government Technology Agency. His father then demanded the system be adopted at over 16,000 venues. Yesterday,...

China laugh at Singapore’s “not infectious after 11 days” claim

Daily new cases? Highest in Asia. Infection per square kilometre of land mass? Highest in the world. Numbers, truth and reality does not matter in the island dictatorship, according to the ruling party ministers who draw among the world's highest salaries. Here are some of the statements by these esteemed leaders: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong: "The circuit breaker to limit the...

Why is Singapore covering up number of daily testing?

There is an insidious reason why the Singapore government is covering up the number of daily testing: Political pressure. The deliberate cover up mask the actual rate of infection within the population. Without knowing the number of tests done each day, the reported new cases is meaningless. For example, 548 new cases were reported yesterday, with 4 being so-called community cases....

Singapore come out with fake study claiming only 11 days of quarantine needed

In a desperate attempt to inflate the discharged figures and reopen the economy, Singapore's ruling party dictatorship came out with a fake study claiming that COVID-19 patients are no longer infectious after 11 days: "After 11 days of getting sick, Covid-19 patients no longer pose a risk of spreading the disease - which means they can be safely discharged. After...

NCID: Singapore to free hospital beds by discharging COVID-19 positive patients

Singapore's National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) told the state media that the government is now freeing up hospital beds by discharging COVID-19 positive patients: "Knowing that Covid-19 patients could be discharged after a certain number of days with no danger of infecting others could free up healthcare resources for other purposes." The Singapore government said patients will be discharged based...

Employers: Work from home? Take lower salaries then

In his Facebook post, National Development Minister Lawrence Wong called working from home the new norm, angering most employers who are against the policy: "We must now embrace working from home as the new norm. So even as more Singaporeans return to work during Phase 1 of the reopening plans, we expect the majority of the workforce to continue to...

Education Minister Ong Ye Kung: School attendance is compulsory

Despite facing protest from most parents over the spread of coronavirus in schools, Education Minister Ong Ye Kung demanded that school attendance from June 2 is compulsory. The PAP minister said "morale" is more important over safety: "The Government cannot make attendance at school voluntary as such a system is not good for the morale of both students and teachers." The...

Singapore Government unfazed at coronavirus breaking 30,000 cases

Singapore just broke 30,000 confirmed cases of the COVID-19, but the ruling party dictatorship is unfazed at the massive failure handling of the virus outbreak. The Ministry of Health reported 614 new cases on Friday (May 22), with a total of 30,426 confirmed cases. According to the government, the "vast majority" of the infection are foreign workers living in dormitories. This...

“Small group” of children put under quarantine after 3 preschool staffs tested positive

The Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) under Education Minister Ong Ye Kung has ordered a number of preschools to close after 3 staffs tested positive for the coronavirus. Several preschools were closed and some children were identified as close contacts, but no further detail was given by the government. The ECDA confirmed that "a small group" of children has come into...

Singapore new community cases hits daily new high after claiming “success”

Barely a day after Health Minister Gan Kim Yong claimed "success" and announced the ending of the circuit breaker measures on June 1, the number of new community cases hit a new daily high again today (May 21). A total of 448 new cases were reported today, with 14 being community cases. There is a total of 29,812 confirmed cases...

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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...