Out of the 18 Covid-19 deaths recorded in Singapore in August 2021, 13 of them can be traced back to the Jurong Fishery Port cluster. This was revealed by Health minister Ong Ye Kung on Sep. 14 in a written parliamentary reply to a question posed by fellow Sembawang GRC MP, Poh Li San. Poh had asked how many Covid-19 deaths in August 2021 were from the same clusters, and if all the Covid-19 deaths and those admitted to the Intensive Care Unit since May 2021 have been due to the Delta variant. 13 deaths linked to Jurong Fishery Port In response, Ong said there were 18 Covid-19 deaths between Aug. 1 and 31, 2021. Out of these, 13 were from sub-clusters phylogenetically linked to the Jurong Fishery Port cluster. The remaining five cases remain unlinked. In response to Poh's second question, Ong said there were 25 Covid-19 deaths and 35 other Covid-19 cases admitted to ICU between May 1 and Aug. 31, 2021. Out of the 25 deaths, phylogenetic sequencing was successful ... » Learn More about 13 of 18 Covid-19 deaths in S’pore in Aug. 2021 linked to Jurong Fishery Port cluster
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Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg If the realisation that 2022 is just three months away scares the living hell out of you, you're not alone. Most of us are still processing 2020. Covid-19 not only kills, it also takes a toll on mental health. Covid-19 has a way of making the walls close in. Restrictions affect socialising, whether you're at work or trying to relax with friends and family. And when restrictions come so close on the heels of easing up, it creates a special kind of agony . How fast should Singapore open up? Or in more recent parlance, should Singapore "trot" or "gallop"? If you're wondering what horses have to do with anything (besides masquerading as a fake "cure" for Covid-19), I'm referring to this post made by Ho Ching, outgoing CEO of Temasek Holdings and wife of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Ho was referring to the number of Covid cases, but "trot" and "gallop" could also refer to whether Singapore ... » Learn More about Should S’pore have another lockdown because of a Covid-19 ‘surge’? Let’s keep things in perspective.
A tarpaulin poster reminding the public to wear face masks is installed at the busy corner of Quezon Avenue and Agham Road in Quezon City. With COVID-19 cases in Metro Manila remains high, the Department of Health says people should not be complacent and continue observing minimum health and safety protocols. This photo was taken in June 2021. (File photo by NIÑO JESUS ORBETA / Philippine Daily Inquirer) MANILA, Philippines — The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of the Emerging Infectious Diseases released on Monday a list of businesses establishments and activities that will be allowed in Metro Manila once its local government units start the pilot run on of granular lockdowns and new alert level system on Sept. 16. READ: Metro Manila to start pilot run of new COVID-19 alert level system on Sept. 16 Under the new alert system, determining which activities are allowed will depend on the so-called 3Cs: Will the activity be conducted in areas that are closed, crowded, ... » Learn More about What businesses, activities are allowed under new COVID-19 alert level system?