Daily Dose: Saying I Do Remotely



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It's the start of the 4th week of HBL and WFH. Going to be a hectic week ahead, so let's catch up the weekend Covid19 news with our Daily Dose.



1)931 cases reported
Work Permit (Dorms (886)
Community cases: 43
18 Spore/PR/WP 25 WPH outside of dorms
2 Imported cases

Imported cases resurface after a long hiatus. It could be from the returning Singaporeans or Singapore who opt to travel despite the ban ( No details were provided)

Community cases remain stable but still high. The fact that WPH outside of dorms remains high might be a source of concern.

Contrary to reports that S11 and Sungei Tengah Lodge dorms are not tested, they have added new cases to the clusters. Nonetheless, it is hard to tell if the dorms situation is under control without the knowledge of the number of people tested.

Source: MOH

2) Diagnostic criteria for positive cases change for some dorms

It is reported through an interview that selected dorms have fewer tests due to the higher infection rates numbers. Instead, those with respiratory illness are classified as COVID19 clinical positive. The numbers are added on a later date to the overall covid19 tally.

Source: CNA

3) British National Deported, barred from entering Singapore after falsely declaring travel history

The 60-year-old man married to a Singapore PR gave a false declaration at FAmily Justice Court.

Source: CNA

4) Home-based business must abide by circuit breakers or risk fine of $100

Requirments including operating only online WITHOUT requiring owners or staff to leave their homes, and not requiring customers or third party delivery services at the premises to collect or deliver goods.

This means that no more delivery. If rules are to strictly follow, you are also not allowed to make deliveries at Post Office.

Source: TODAY

5) Singapore airlines extend cancellation of 96 per cent of flights till end June

You can now head to the website for refunds or credits if you had tickets issued before March 15

Source: ST

6) Bill to allow remote solemnisation of marriages to be introduced in Parliament

Now lovebirds can marry virtually. At least one member of the couple must be Singapore citizen or PR to apply. Couples and witness must be physically in Singapore to sign the statutory declaration for the Govt to verify the documents. They must all be physically in Singapore during the solemnisation.

Source: Today

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