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Singapore to allow travellers to transit via Changi Airport from June 2

SINGAPORE: Singapore will gradually allow travellers to transit through the Changi Airport with effect from June 2, 2020, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). "This is part of Singapore’s strategy to gradually reopen air transport to meet...

Singapore reports 768 new cases, tally breaches 21,000 mark

BY MASSITA AHMAD SINGAPORE: Singapore has preliminarily confirmed an additional 768 cases of Covid-19 infection, bringing the tally to 21,707. The republic's Ministry of Health (MOH) said 10 cases involved Singaporeans or permanent residents while the “vast majority” of the cases...

Singapore records 1,037 new cases, tally exceeds 11,000

By Massita Ahmad SINGAPORE: Singapore’s Ministry of Health (MOH) has preliminarily confirmed 1,037 new cases of Covid-19 infection in the republic, bringing the tally to 11,178. The ministry said the vast majority of the cases came from the foreign worker dormitories...

Test kit that can detect Covid-19 in less than 10 minutes

SINGAPORE: A Singapore-based medical technology firm has developed a rapid test kit for Covid-19 that will be able to detect the disease in less than 10 minutes, with the first batch expected to be available by next month, todayonline reported. The...

Singaporean’s passport cancelled for breach of stay-home notice

SINGAPORE: Singapore authorities have cancelled the passport of a citizen who breached a 14-day stay-home notice over Covid-19. The 53-year-old man was issued the notice on March 19 when he returned to Singapore via the Tanah Merah ferry terminal from Batam, Indonesia, where he had...

Singapore to bar short-term visitors

SINGAPORE: In view of the heightened risk of importation of Covid-19 cases, Singapore will bar all short-term visitors from anywhere in the world, to enter or transit through the republic. “It will take effect from March 23, 2020 at 2359 hours,” said Singapore's Ministry of Health (MOH)...

Singapore records first two Covid-19 deaths

SINGAPORE: Singapore today reported its first two Covid-19 related deaths. The republic’s Ministry of Health (MOH) said the first patient was a 75-year-old female Singaporean and the second case was a 64-year-old male Indonesian. MOH said the elderly Singaporean was admitted to the National Centre for...

Five new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, total now 72

SINGAPORE: The Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) yesterday confirmed five additional cases of COVID-19 infection in the republic, bringing the tally to 72.  In a statement, MOH said the new positive cases involved three Singapore citizens, one Bangladeshi national and one Chinese national, with...
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Malaysians in Singapore should renew passport at least 6 months before expiration

SINGAPORE: The High Commission of Malaysia in Singapore is advising Malaysians in the republic to apply/renew their passports at...
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