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Education Minister Ong Ye Kung fake news: Young children don’t spread virus

Refusing to shut down schools, Education Minister Ong Ye Kung published a fake news claiming "it is science" that young children do not spread the virus even when infected: "But let me lay out MOE’s thinking on why school will open tomorrow, but with more precautionary measures. There are three key considerations. First, science. With the virus being around for...

Singapore government impose last-minute chaotic ban of foreign arrivals

Singapore's single party dictatorship finally enforced a ban on foreign arrivals after the country reported a 430% jump in confirmed cases in less than 3 weeks. There are now 430 cases with 2 deaths since Singapore crossed the 100th mark in end February. The knee-jerk reaction came after PAP minister cried fake news just a day ago. The last-minute ban...

Malaysia likely to extend 14 days ban, Singapore food in shortage

Hindsight is 20/20 and stockpiling turned out to be the right decision. Panic buyers who did not believe in Singapore government's fake news has won the day. Those who made bulk purchases and stock up last month has seen savings of 35% on average over the inflated prices today. Eggs, toilet paper, rice and face masks are in severe shortage today....

Singapore not taking the coronavirus seriously, only rich and foreign get tested

Hardly anyone in Singapore is practicing social distancing, according to even the state media Straits Times. People who are coughing and sneezing are still going out in public and only a few are seen wearing a face mask in public. This is because Singapore thinks the coronavirus is a joke. The country's Prime Minister described the coronavirus as "mild" and "no...

Lee Hsien Loong: Brace yourselves for more deaths

Shortly after the state media reported 2 deaths from the coronavirus infection, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong told Singaporeans to "brace" themselves for more deaths: "As we get more COVID-19 cases, more patients will need ICU care, and we must brace ourselves for more losses." The foul-mouthed dictator put up the Facebook post after Singapore reported another 47 confirmed cases, bringing...

Solution to coronavirus: Test everyone

The coronavirus outbreak is wrecking havoc in every country with politicians and scientists making blind predictions about it lasting a year or having wishful fantasies about developing vaccines or a cure. Many government has imposed exorbitant public health measures, with most already closing their borders. Yet nobody has a solution. It is actually very easy. Think about this: assuming there is...

Time to sack Malaysians who lives across Causeway and mandate local address

Basic public health measures like border movement restrictions should have been enacted immediately but Singapore government is still admitting Malaysians - with many possibly infected. These Malaysians are also similarly exposed to infection in Singapore, where local transmission is widespread and under-reported. Daily border crossing for Malaysian workers to Singapore should have long been banned. It created severe congestions at...

Minister Lawrence Wong: Malaysian workers can enter Singapore

Undermining containment effort by Malaysia and increasing the risk of infections in Singapore, National Minister Lawrence Wong yesterday announced that he is allowing Malaysian workers to enter Singapore: "Malaysia and Singapore have reached an in-principle understanding that Malaysians with work permits may enter the Singapore during their country's lockdown. Accommodation has to be provided for the Malaysian workers and they...

Why Singapore’s coronavirus response is a failure – and what we must avoid

Singapore's response to the coronavirus outbreak has been a massive failure: the result speaks for itself. The country saw a 300% increase since March and it has become a case study for both epidemiologists and historians on how not to handle a virus outbreak. 1) Singapore lets infected people roam the streets Infected cases with mild symptoms were not detected early,...

Ministry of Health covered up details of infected

With more confirmed cases surfacing, the Singapore Ministry of Health covered up more information of the the infected yesterday by refusing to publish travel details and profiles. No age, nationality, locations and links were announced on the 32 new cases reported yesterday on the official update. Imported cases were given loosely-termed regions like "Europe, North America and ASEAN", instead of...

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Lee Hsien Loong: Situation under control, increase cases are just “a bit”

In his state media address, corrupted dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong criticised other countries and claimed the situation in Singapore is "under control": "Countries...

Lee Hsien Loong: School are open to help the poor

In a state media interview, dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong defended his decision not to close schools by claiming he is doing it...

732 cases in Singapore, SingPost mailman infected

The Ministry of Health reported another 49 new cases in Singapore, bringing the total to 732 past the seven hundredth mark. A new cluster...