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Singapore's Covid19 testing has gone into aggressive mode. 

With 9 cases identified from different households in one block in Tampines, the whole section sharing the same lift lobby and stairwell were invited for a mass test.

1) 188 Cases confirmed
177 Dorms
10 Community (8 SC/2 Work Permit)
4 Imported (1 Work Pass Holder)

The community cases remain in double-digit with more SC/PR reported daily. There are 8 SC/PR reported. 2 are unlinked while the rest are related to clusters or family members

2) Blk 111 Tampines St 11 households offered Swab Tests
Residents of 58 households are offered testing after 9 confirmed cases came from the same block

3) 1.2 million Singapore households to receive utility support.
As long as your household has a Singaporean, you would get $100 off utlitiy bill on July or August

4) Paya Lebar Square mall, Cold Storage West Mall among places visited by Covid19 cases

Do note if you had been to the following locations

A Cold Storage outlet at West Mall on June 26 between 12.40pm and 1.10pm

Paya Lebar Square at 60 Paya Lebar Road on June 28 between 10.50am and 11.30am

Fu Chan Coffee Shop at Block 145 Teck Whye Avenue on June 30 between 11.10 am and 11.45am

A Skechers shoes shop at IMM mall on June 30 between 2pm and 2.30pm

5) Gov Expands scope of Covid19 testing to include possible close contact of infected patients

This is to ensure that cases are effectively isolated to prevent the disease from spreading to other people and forming new clusters, said Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong 

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6) Worker's Party Leaders apologise for an absence from Mandarin Live TV
The once Chinese denominated Party did not send a representative for the debate, taking the shine off a good English debate performance.

7) Police investigate 13 year old boy and 51 year old man over separate cases of alleged damage to election poster.

Should just leave those posters alone!~

8) PAP Ong Ye Kung infringed electoral rules

Minister of Education had to take down a video featuring a schoolboy. Although Mr Ong did not specify which electoral rule the video had violated, the Parliamentary Elections Act prohibits primary and secondary school students from taking part in any election activity during the period beginning with Nomination Day and ending with the start of Polling Day.

No information if any further action will be taken by the Election Department.

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