Health Ministry reviewing COVID-19 protocols for people with special needs after online complaints

Unfamiliar surroundings and invasive nose swabbing have caused distress to some.

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Singapore develops rapid COVID-19 breath test, no nose jab required

Singapore develops rapid COVID-19 breath test, no nose jab required

Said to be fast and certainly less uncomfortable.

‘No truth’ to Indian media reports of a Singapore variant of COVID-19: MOH

‘No truth’ to Indian media reports of a Singapore variant of COVID-19: MOH

Reports quoted Delhi Chief Minister’s demand that travel be cut off with Singapore.

Singapore ‘on the knife’s edge’ but could get COVID under control: Lawrence Wong

Singapore ‘on the knife’s edge’ but could get COVID under control: Lawrence Wong

About 1.8 million have gotten at least one dose of a vaccine.

This research company wants your poop for cancer research and transplants

This research company wants your poop for cancer research and transplants

Your No. 2 is their No. 1 priority.

Tan Tock Seng Hospital locks down second ward after vaccinated doctor and others test positive

Tan Tock Seng Hospital locks down second ward after vaccinated doctor and others test positive

Another cluster involves airport immigration officer and wife who works at the hospital.

Tan Tock Seng Hospital bars visitors after vaccinated nurse contracts COVID-19

Tan Tock Seng Hospital bars visitors after vaccinated nurse contracts COVID-19

She completed her inoculation course in February.

10 migrant workers probed for possible reinfection as COVID-19 reemerges in Westlite Woodlands dorm

10 migrant workers probed for possible reinfection as COVID-19 reemerges in Westlite Woodlands dorm

Tests showed that they had previously recovered from COVID-19.

New COVID-19 cluster emerges in Singapore involving Papua New Guinea workers

New COVID-19 cluster emerges in Singapore involving Papua New Guinea workers

Singapore closed its last cluster weeks ago.

Those who had COVID-19 at risk of developing blood clots: Singapore scientists

Those who had COVID-19 at risk of developing blood clots: Singapore scientists

Study points to patients’ ‘overactive’ immune systems.


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