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Back to the new norm

Its the start of a brand new week.  

With elections behind us, it is time to refocus of the issues at hand with Covid19 taking centerstage. True to form, the cases, spikes from 100s to 322 on the first day of the week.

1) 322 new Covid19 cases
306 Dorms
11 Community ( 2 SC/PR, 6 Work Pass Holders, 3 Work Permit Holders
5 Imported 

The Dorms cases rose almost 200 % from last week's average. This is the result of backlog samples from 10/11 July when elections took place. Another new cluster formed at 59 H Tuas South Ave 1

Community cases continue to be discovered with 9 Work Pass/Work Permit holders.  7 of the 11 community cases are unlinked.

Meanwhile imported cases are still reported with PR, Work Pass Holders and Dependent Pass holders returning from India, Pakistan, Philippines and USA

2) Marina Bay Sands, Seletar Mall added to list of places visited by Covid19 cases

1 Jul 1400-1505 Seletar Mall - Spectacle Hut / Fairprice Finest
1 Jul 1915-2020- The Bedok Market Place / Giant
2 Jul 2135-2225 - Marina Bay Sands Casino
5 Jul 2205-0050 - Marina Bay Sands Casino

3) 12 Foreigners deported and barred from re-entering Spore for flouting Covid19 Rules

The deported individuals include nine men and three women aged between 20 and 37, said the police and the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) in a joint news release.

All of them were fined for breaching the Covid-19 (Temporary Measures) (Control Order) Regulations 2020 and had their work or student passes revoked. 

4) Unique Tests for Covid10 increase week on week
Base on last week stats available, Unique tests is averaging 6500 per day

5) Man Stopped for not wearing mask, bought some and shoved one in MOH officer face

He was jailed as a result. It has already been months, this irresponsible behaviour have to stop.

6) Couple jailed for abusing 5 year old who later died
The child is their own son who they had put in a cage meant for their cat, scaling him with hot water and punching him

They do not deserve to be parents. 

7) Chicken Pox, Pneumococcal jabs to be free for eligible Singapore Children

Vaccinations against chickenpox and pneumococcal disease will be free for eligible Singaporean children from November, as part of enhanced subsidies for nationally recommended vaccinations announced by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Monday.

Source: CNA

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