Countdown to 50K




Edging closer to 50K

We are now at 49+ with less than 1K more to go to 50K. At the current rate of 300 cases a day, we could reach there by this weekend.


1) 354 new cases of covid19 
341 Dorms
8 community ( 4 SC, 4 Work Permit Holders)
5 imported cases

The cases in dorms continue to remain high as the testing are now concentrated on dorms with high infection rates to clear the dorms.

Imported cases continue to be detected despite the low numbers of returnees to Singapore.

Of the 4 SC cases, 2 are unlinked



2) GV, Fairprice were added to the list visited by Covid19 during the infectious period.

  • Relax & Comfort Reflexology Therapy at 92 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh on July 9 between 4.30pm and 5.30pm
  • West Mall at 1 Bukit Batok Central Link on July 11 between 4.25pm and 5pm
  • Streats eatery at Bukit Panjang Plaza on July 12 between 11.20am and 12.20pm
  • Japan Home retail outlet at Jurong Point on July 12 between 2.25pm and 4p
  • Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant at Golden Mile Complex on July 12 between 7.15pm and 8.55pm
  • ICBC Jurong East Sub-Branch bank at 130 Jurong Gateway Road on July 14 between 10.05pm and 11.20am
  • Market Street Interim Hawker Centre at 5 Cross Street on July 14 between 1.30pm and 2pm
  • FairPrice Xtra outlet at VivoCity mall on July 14 between 4pm and 4.55pm
  • Sembawang Community Club on July 14 between 7.45pm and 8.20pm
  • Seah Im Food Centre opposite Harbourfront on July 15 between 2pm and 3.30pm
  • Golden Village VivoCity and Soup Restaurant at VivoCity on July 15 between 4.10pm and 6.50pm
  • Joo Chiat Complex on July 17 between 3.40pm and 5.10pm
  • Pin Si Restaurant at Safra Yishun on July 18 between 7pm and 8.15pm
  • Changi Village Hawker Centre on July 20 between 11.30am and 12.30pm
  • Market Place supermarket at Raffles City Shopping Centre on July 21 between 3pm and 3.30pm
Source: Today



3) Secondary Schools, JC, Millennia Institute can resume lower risk CCAs from July 27

Secondary schools, junior colleges and Millennia Institute will have the option to resume lower-risk co-curricular activities (CCAs) from next Monday (July 27).

Maximum of 20 students per activity and - where possible - the composition of participants should be fixed to minimise inter-mingling. For example, badminton CCAs may resume, with a maximum of 20 participants per venue;

• Groups of five or fewer can interact more closely during the activity. For example, a group of five students can be working on a software program in a computer lab, four students can play doubles at table tennis, or two can play against two in a basketball game;

• Modified game rules will apply, such as students having to remain at least 1m apart, even during physical activities; and

• Schools will continue to screen all visitors, including coaches and instructors, for flu-like symptoms such as fever and cough, and ensure that they comply with all safe management measures.

GSS begins on Sep 9. 
Get your wallets ready, GSS will also go online . The sales period is from Sep 9 to Oct 10



4) The Original Teo Heng KTV outlet at Katong SHopping Center is closing down

The chain will close 7 out of 14 outlets after its business has been severely impacted by Covid19 pandemic.



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