SingapoReDisover - - Singapore Lifestyle Portal


With travel being curtailed for this year, the next best thing is to explore the hidden gems of home. 

With that in mind SingapoReDiscover, a 45m campaign is launched to entice locals to rediscover Singapore.  

It's time to explore what this little red dot has to offer!

1) 310 new cases
297 Dorms
7 Community (3SC, 3 Work Pass, 1 Wor Permit)
6 Imported cases

Dorms numbers continue to remain high as testing intensify.  What is surprising is the emergence of 3 new clusters at the dorm. 
  • 7 Kian Teck Crescent
  • 12 Tech Park Crescent
  • 2 Tech Park Crescent

This signals that the spread has not resided in dorms. Dorms that had yet to undergo full testing remains as potential hotbeds for Covid19.

On the positives side, average community cases had dropped from 13 cases the the week prior to 9 cases the past week. 

2) Changi Village Hawker Centre, Koptiman in Pasir Ris among places visited by Covid19 cases while infectious.

All the places newly listed today are eating places. Perhaps it is still wiser to do takeaway than dine-in.

G7 Sinma Live Seafood Restaurant at 163 Geylang Road Lorong 3 on July 16 between 6.05pm and 7.40pm

Kopitiam at Pasir Ris West Plaza on July 17 between 9.50am and 10.20am

Changi Village Hawker Centre on July 17 between 9.55am and 10.25am

3) STB launches 45m domestic tourism campaign to encourage locals to discover hidden gems 

SingapoRedisocovers is a 9 mth domestic tourism that will offer a number of tour bundles for Singapore residents. These include staycations at hotel, heartland tours and discounts to visit attractions. 

4) 10 people charged with an unlawful public gathering to consume alcohol.
There were 13 people in the group including a 14-year-old boy. This happened during Phase 2. 

5) 3 died of dengue fever in Singapore. There are now 413 active clusters in the country
Total deaths till date is at 19

6) Singapore Flyer Reopens
Singapore Flyer reopens on 23 July with a $55 nett package for 4 in the month of August for Singapore Residents


7) COE Drops across most categories except Cat E
The drops were not as high as the increase previously. COE remains higher than compared to pre Circuit Breaker days

8) OCBC Cycle 2020 to be replaced by a virtual event.
From Nov 1-15, participants who cycle the full distance of any virtual ride category anywhere safe in Singapore - indoors or outdoors - will each receive the OCBC Cycle 2020 medal and the event tote bag by post by Dec 7.

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