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New community cases jumped to 8, Airport to open from June 2

Despite segregating infections from dormitories, Singapore saw a surge in "community cases" yesterday with 8 new cases. This is four times the weekly average touted by the authorities. The Ministry of Health also further manipulated the reporting figures, and reported that only 2 Singaporean and permanent residents were among the new cases. Among the 8 new community cases include 3 unlinked...

National Day Parade to continue: Fireworks for no audience on site

Singapore's ruling party dictatorship has ruled that the National Day Parade "must continue", and that the government is going to set off fireworks with no live audience on site. Aerial shows featuring F-15 fighter planes will also continue. The cost for the fireworks and aerial shows will total at least S$30 million. When asked if there were any scenarios under which...

Manpower Minister Josephine Teo send legal threats, demand S$1,000 from two critics

Singapore Manpower Minister Josephine Teo has sent legal threats to two individuals - Jolovan Wham and Donald Liew - who criticised her cronyism link with her Surbana Jurong CEO husband. The PAP millionaire minister said she wants S$1,000 in payment from her critics: "I understand that I am legally entitled to substantial damages for these serious and baseless allegations. However, I...

Surbana Jurong avoided hefty losses thanks to Singapore government

Singapore's ruling party dictatorship has denied corruption links with Temasek Holdings-owned company, Surbana Jurong. The company which were given government contracts to set up quarantine facilities at Singapore Expo, is managed by Manpower Minister Josephine Teo's husband, Teo Eng Cheong. The Singapore dictatorship said that there has been no profiteering, but it did not admit that Surbana Jurong could have...

Singapore unofficially extend Circuit Breaker from June 1, no deadline given

Singapore's Multi-Ministry Task Force today announced 3 phases to reopen the economy, following an announcement of a "formal ending" on June 1. The "formal ending" however is just a verbal description as exisiting circuit measures will remain "for a few weeks". The PAP ministers in the committee refused to use the word "extension" to avoid admission to the failure of...

PAP MP Lee Bee Wah wear tudung in political campaign banner

Desperate to canvass Muslim political support in her constituency in Yishun, PAP MP Lee Bee Wah wore the Muslim religious headscarf to pose in her campaign banner. The photo created outrage among the Muslim community, who said it is inappropriate to use the Muslim religion to milk political support. Many have called for the banner to be taken down and...

Ministry of Health wrongly sent SMS to 357 people telling them they tested Positive

In yet another episode proving that the Singapore government is incapable of safeguarding digital data, the Ministry of Health wrongly sent a SMS to 357 individuals telling them they tested positive for the coronavirus. The health ministry said it is a glitch: "On May 16 at about 7pm, 357 patients who had previously tested positive for COVID-19 received an erroneous SMS...

Severe overcrowding at quarantine facilities

Due to daily increases of new cases, Singapore's quarantine facilities are severely overcrowded now. In a leaked video from one of the patients at Changi Exhibition Centre, there is no social distancing and many are seen not wearing a mask: The Singapore Health Ministry blamed the managing agent of the facility, Mandarin Oriental Singapore. The hotel claimed that the video...

Ministry of Health unable to complete testing, blame laboratories

Unable to complete the swab tests done, the Singapore Ministry of Health blame its laboratories over a "calibration error earlier": "The lower number of cases today is partly due to fewer tests being processed as one testing laboratory is reviewing its processes following an earlier apparatus calibration issue, and will need time to ramp up its testing capacity." 305 new cases...

Foreigners not fined for not wearing masks, gathering to drink beer

Numerous White foreigners were let off the hook by government's social distancing officers when they did not wear their masks and gathered to drink beer at Robertson Quay. The Singapore government did not deploy any enforcers to bars and pubs area popular with Caucasian foreigners, and the ang mohs were allowed to cycle without a face mask and helmet. This is...

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