Daily Dose : Happy Teachers' Day!

 


Daily Dose: Happy Teachers' Day!

Wishing all teachers a blessed day ahead.

This means that holidays had started, so parents can now sleep in a little longer. Kids, remember to have a little compassion to your parents and let them rest during the holidays. Remember, compassion is not exclusive and you do not have a monopoly over it!


1) 48 new  Covid19 cases

  • 41 dorms ( 22 quarantine, 19 surveillance)
  • 2 Community ( 1 PR, 1 Work Permit)
  • 5 Imported cases (3 SC/PR,1 Work Pass, 2 Work Permit)


Dorms cases remain unabated. The continued detection of cases through surveillance suggested that the earlier dorms clearance may be premature. Regardless, the nation, on the whole, needs to move forward to bring back normalcy.

The community cases are all unlinked with 1 PR and 1 Work Permit.

5 imported cases are from India, UAE, Bangladesh and the Philippines

2) Geylang Serai Market, Brash Basah Complex among places visited by Covid19 cases while infectious

  • Perky Lash salon at Nex mall in Serangoon on Aug 26 between 1.05pm and 2.30pm
  • KL Traditional Chilli Ban Mee stall in 27A Coffee  shop at 9 Lorong 27A Geylang on Aug 26 between 2.45pm and 3.45pm
  • Raimah Eating House at 56 Jalan Kembangan on Aug 26 between 7pm and 8.30pm
  • Kopitiam food court at VivoCity mall on Aug 27 between 1pm and 1.50pm
  • Bras Basah Complex on Aug 27 between 6.35pm and 7.10pm
  • White Restaurant at Suntec City mall on Aug 29 between 7pm and 8pm
  • Geylang Serai Malay Market and Food Centre on Aug 30 between 6.55am and 7.35am
  • Fair price supermarket at Woodlands Civic Centre on Aug 31 between 3pm and 3.55pm

Source: Today

3) Another 2 new dorms clusters announced

Cochrane Lodge II - 14 cases

Westlite Toh Guan Dorm : 18 cases

Looks like dorms may be heading for 2nd round of shutdown.

Source: CNA


4) 5 HDB changed hands for at least $1million in August

The report said August saw 2,435 HDB resale transactions, a 1.4 per cent decrease from July but 23.5 per cent higher than August last year when 1,971 units were sold.

In August, the highest transacted price for a resale flat was S$1,185,000 for a 5-room unit at The Pinnacle@Duxton, one of five resale flats that sold for more than S$1 million that month.

Source: Today


5) PAP Tharman and WP Jamus on compassion and minimum wage

“None of us have a monopoly over compassion "- Tharman

Source: CNA


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