Day 10 : Cabin Fever


 

Daily Dose : Cabin Fever

It's Day 10 since Phase 2 HA. Had been homebound since Phase2 HA started.

While there are jogs in the wee morning, it was just around the hood without any contacts with anyone. Groceries were done online and food was ordered to be delivered. While updating this page keeps me occupied during my downtime, Cabin fever threatens to step in.

The urge to interact with someone grows stronger. During this period, I had zoom sessions with friends, family and colleagues. While communication channels are still open, interactions have not been the same. Slowly, I can feel the cabin fever setting in. 

Nonetheless, you work with what you have. Made a pact with my eldest son to go for a jog once a week together while at the same time be entertained by my youngest boy with his antics. While I have been blessed with a family to keep me company, I would imagine that it will be tough for many others. Hang in there, we have 21 more days to go. Keeping our fingers crossed that it would not be extended.


1) 36 COVID-19 Cases

  • 24 Community
  • 12 Imported

Community cases - 12 were detected while on quarantine, 10 were detected through surveillance, 2 are unlinked. Among the cases are 2 Singapore Poly Students who had visited Westgate. They were quarantined on 22 May. 4 more students included an 8-year-old student at Yu Neng Primary, who is a classmate of Cases 63282, were detected.

Source: MOH

https://www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/24-new-cases-of-locally-transmitted-covid-19-infection_24MayUpdate

2) 6 students and 1 staff tested positive for Covid-19

List of schools and details in the post

  • Singapore Poly -2
  • Yu Neng Primary -1
  • Peicai Secondary -1
  • Greendale Secondary - 1
  • Maha Bodhi - 1 (Staff)
  • Heart Field Kindergarten -1

https://www.thewackyduo.com/2021/05/6-more-students-tested-positive-yu-neng.html

3) Changi Airport to segregate workers into 3 risk-based zones.

This comes after the transmission at Changi Airport due to the lack of segregation of visitors from high-risk countries.

Source : ST

https://www.straitstimes.com/multimedia/photos/changi-airport-to-segregate-workers-into-3-risk-based-zones-how-it-works

4) MOH extends the free COVID-19 test to more visitors who had been to Jem or Westgate malls

The free test is now extended to May 15-22. Shoppers are advised to get tested.

Source: Today

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/moh-extends-free-covid-19-test-more-visitors-who-have-been-jem-or-westgate-malls-other


5) Marina Bay Sands Mall, Pizza Hut Westgate, added to the list of places visited by COVID-10 cases during the infectious period

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands was on Monday (May 24) added to a list of public places visited by COVID-19 community cases during their infectious period.

The Pizza Hut outlet at Westgate mall was also on the list of locations after a delivery worker who frequently delivered goods at Westgate, and a waiter at Pizza Hut was found to be COVID-19 positive, said the Ministry of Health.



Full list here

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/covid-19-shoppes-marina-bay-sands-westgate-mustafa-centre-places-14877782








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