Daily Dose Jun 23 : Fight Club



The first full week of Phase 2 kicked off with a relatively muted start.

Despite crowds at certain places, most of them were orderly save for fights at Holland Village and  Bukit Batok over the weekend. Is the Fight Club the new trend in Singapore.


1) 218 New Cases in community
217 Dorms
1 Community (Work Permit)

The numbers had fallen to a range of 150-300 on a daily basis. That is good news, especially for the dorms. Looking forward to the numbers dropping below 100.

Unfortunately, another cluster is uncovered at the dorms with 8 new cases linked to it.




2) Supermarkets in Jalan Kayu, Jurong West, Serangoon North among places visited by Covid19 patients while infectious

Sheng Siong supermarket at 7 Jurong West Avenue 5 on June 9 between 7.50am and 8.20am

NTUC FairPrice supermarket at 447A Jalan Kayu on June 15 between 6.25pm and 8.55pm

Sheng Siong supermarket at 19 Serangoon North Avenue 5 on June 19 between 5.15pm and 6.05pm

The bad news is that more supermarkets are added to the list. The good news is that up till now, there are no confirmed cases reported out of any of the locations listed so far. Transition transmission was never deemed as a major channel for the virus to spread.



3) 2 Sporean arrested fo late-night fight in Lorong Mambong

They were part of the infamous Holland V crowd on first night of Phase 2.




4) 3 arrested after fights breaks out at Bukit Batok

Another Fight Club in Singapore



5) IPPT for NS men suspended till 31 Aug

All those who had been jogging for the last 2 months due to Circuit Breaker would have their 'training' wasted...

All IPPT preparatory training and remedial training at fitness conditioning centres, Safra gyms and parks will also continue to be put on hold, based on the text message.



6) No ERP Charges until Jul 27

Good news for motorists. ERP will remain at zero till Jul 26



7) Maids can take a rest day on Sunday
The previous advisory stated that rest days to head out should be on a weekday. 

MOM spokesman yesterday clarified that while employers are strongly encouraged to arrange for FDWs to take their rest day on weekdays, FDWs can also continue to take it on weekends.




8) Covid19 Swab Test Analysis
Find out how many unique tests were actually conducted daily from the stats available from Jun 8-15


9) MRT network expansion may be delayed in the short term

Plan to expand MRT network to 360km by early 2030s remains



10) Heavier penalties from Jul 15 for households with repeated mosquito breeding offences and multiple breeding habitats

Penalties will rise from $200 for single mosquito breeding to $300 for a second offence and up to $5000 or imprisonment for third offences.



11) Singapore Turf Club to resume racing behind closed doors

Race will start from Jul 11





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