Daily Dose : Compassion



Good Morning



We have 2 weeks more before Circuit Breaker ends. For the next 2 weeks, let's show compassion to the frontliners who had been working hard to keep the system running. While it is discomforting for many who had to stay at home, fighting an invisible enemy at the forefront would be one that many would not commit. For those who have stood in your stead, do show your appreciation.

1) 305 cases confirmed. Lowest recorded cases in May
303 Work Permit Holders Dorms
2 SC

However, the number was the result of one testing laboratory having a fewer test.

It may be better if they add the % of people infected/people tested to the numbers. Such absolute numbers do not mean anything on its own as it is subjected to the number of daily tests and may not represent the current situation. On the contrary, it may make people more complacent instead.

Source: MOH

2) After a day of no new clusters, 4 more clusters are identified
It's not the end yet for new clusters.

Source: MOH

3) Another day, another unlink  case for SC

The day before, there were 3 unlink cases. Yesterday, it was reported that there is an additional case. Unlink case was a 58 yr old woman who went to work at Bishan MRT after the onset of symptoms. The presence of unlink cases means that there are still undetected cases circulating despite the 6 weeks CB measures. With the undetected cases, there is a possibility of increase cases once CB is lifted.

Source: ST


4) Police investigating people who gathered in Robertson Quay over the weekend

We do hope that the ones that broke the laws will be given the same treatment as the others before them.

Source: ST

5) Sengkang GH shows support for staff who was taunted by a neighbour because he is a nurse.

At moments like this, instead of appreciation of frontlines, the neighbours has gone as far as abusing the family of the nurse. Unacceptable behaviour.

https://www.facebook.com/SengkangGeneralHospital/posts/2952390131511527


Source: Today

6) Three men charges with kayaking to Pulau Ubin to camp and fish
Not only did they break CB rules, but they also had trespassed on the island

Source: Today

7) Sikh community dishes up to 12000 free meals a week for the vulnerable

A good deal worth mentioning

Source: ST

8) Changi Covid19 care facility manager says situation improved 
This comes after a rowdy video of food queues surface and went viral. Despite the crowds, it is to note that this is an isolation ward for Covid19 positive cases. There is no need for social distancing here as all of them are positive for Covid19

Source: Today

9) Early admission exercise for ITE and Polytechnics to open in May and June
Selection process adjusted for Covid19

Source: Today

10) Homeowners expect further renovation delays.
Contractors face labour crunch and stringent rules to resume work.

Source: Today


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