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One Covid-19 case in TTSH cluster on Friday

Straits Times 14 May 2021
No cases outside the quarantine net for the cluster associated with Ward 9D were detected ... Prior to Friday's case, the last addition to the cluster was a 64-year-old Singaporean woman who was warded at Ward 9D from April 26 and moved to NCID on April 28 ... The woman was discharged on May 2 and continued to be on quarantine ... More on this topic. � ....
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Hopes of return to normal ops at TTSH with no new cases outside quarantine

Straits Times 14 May 2021
One new community case lin-ked to the Tan Tock Seng Hos-pital (TTSH) cluster was repor-ted yesterday ... One died from Covid-19 complications on May 1 ... The last case in the cluster before yesterday's was a 64-year-old Singaporean woman who was a patient in Ward 9D from April 26 and was moved to the National Centre for Infectious Diseases on April 28.
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Most students with Covid-19 linked to private tutor, no evidence of school-based transmission

Straits Times 14 May 2021
SINGAPORE - There is no evidence of school-based Covid-19 transmissions so far, even as a few new infections among students will be reported, said Education Minister Lawrence Wong ... He said at the press conference ... MOH on Thursday night said the tutor, 50, is a Singaporean woman who works at an agency called Learning Point ... More on this topic. � ....
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Pupils from Kong Hwa School and St Stephen's test positive for Covid-19; more schools move ...

Straits Times 14 May 2021
SINGAPORE - More schools will move to full home-based learning on Friday (May 14) after pupils tested positive for Covid-19 ... A 50-year-old Singaporean woman who works as a tutor at Learning Point, an enrichment centre with branches in Parkway Centre and Century Square also tested positive for Covid-19 on May 12. Her case is currently unlinked ... � ....
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See a doctor and get tested quickly for Covid-19 if you are sick: Ministers

Straits Times 14 May 2021
SINGAPORE - Anyone who feels ill should see a doctor immediately and should not go to school or work, Education Minister Lawrence Wong said on Friday (May 14). "We should remind everyone ... He added ... On Thursday, the ministry said the tutor is a 50-year-old Singaporean woman who works at a tuition agency called Learning Point ... READ NEXT ... � ....
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Feeling ill? Report sick and see a doctor quickly, say ministers

Straits Times 14 May 2021
Anyone who feels ill should see a doctor immediately and should not go to school or work, Education Minister Lawrence Wong said yesterday ... He added ... On Thursday, MOH said the tutor is a 50-year-old Singaporean woman who works at a tuition agency called Learning Point. She had diarrhoea and a headache on May 3, a fever on May 6 and a cough on Tuesday.
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Private tutor at centre of infections among students

Straits Times 14 May 2021
There is no evidence of school-based Covid-19 transmissions so far despite the few new infections among students reported yesterday, Education Minister Lawrence Wong said yesterday ... POLICY TO BE TIGHTENED ... The tutor at the centre of this spate of infections is a 50-year-old Singaporean woman who works at a tuition centre called Learning Point ... ....
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Changi Airport now largest active cluster with 46 cases

Straits Times 13 May 2021
They include a 52-year-old Singaporean woman who works at the McDonald's outlet in Bedok Reservoir Road and a 20-year-old male student of Temasek Polytechnic ... Update on cases. New cases. 34. Imported. 10 (1 Singaporean, 2 permanent residents, 1 dependant's pass holder, 2 student's pass holders, 2 work pass holders, 2 short-term visit pass holders) ... 24 ... �.
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Man under probe for allegedly uttering racist remarks

Straits Times 13 May 2021
A woman, who ... This was over an incident on May 7 in Choa Chu Kang Drive in which a 55-year-old Indian Singaporean woman who was brisk walking towards Choa Chu Kang Stadium was allegedly kicked by the man and had racial slurs shouted at her for lowering her mask below her nose.
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Police investigating man for allegedly uttering racist remarks at Indian family

Straits Times 13 May 2021
A woman, who appeared ... This was for an incident on May 7 in Choa Chu Kang Drive where a 55-year-old Indian Singaporean woman who was brisk walking towards Choa Chu Kang Stadium was allegedly kicked by the man and had racial slurs shouted at her for lowering her mask below her nose.
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Changi Airport becomes largest Covid-19 cluster with 46 cases

Straits Times 13 May 2021
The second largest Tan Tock Seng Hospital cluster has�44 linked cases ... They include a 52-year-old Singaporean woman who works at McDonald's at Bedok Reservoir Road, and a 20-year-old Temasek Polytechnic male student, both of whom are household members of an infected employee of Ramky Cleantech Services ... More on this topic. � ....
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Singapore arrests couple in Taiwan baby-dumping case

Urdu Point 12 May 2021
A Singaporean couple have been arrested over the death of a newborn baby found dumped in the trash in Taiwan two years ago, police in the city-state said ... Singaporean police said they arrested a man and a woman, both aged 25, on April 28 "for their suspected involvement in the death of a newborn baby in Taiwan in February 2019".
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PSP says it is against racism, calls hate crimes deplorable

Straits Times 12 May 2021
On the recent case involving a man who allegedly kicked a 55-year-old Indian Singaporean woman and shouted a racial slur at her, the party said that such attacks are "unacceptable and deplorable". "We appeal to the good sense of all Singaporeans to stay calm and united during this period of crises.".
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PSP says it is against racism, calls recent attack on Indian unacceptable and deplorable

Straits Times 12 May 2021
On the recent case involving a man who allegedly kicked a 55-year-old Indian Singaporean woman and shouted a racial slur at her, the party said such attacks are "unacceptable and deplorable". "We appeal to the good sense of all Singaporeans to stay calm and united during this period of crises.".
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Changi Airport Covid-19 cluster grows to 25; free testing for those who visited T3 since ...

Straits Times 12 May 2021
Another of the community cases is a 36-year-old Vietnamese woman who is a short-term visit pass holder ... The last community case is a 64-year-old Singaporean woman who had been warded at Tan Tock Seng Hospital's Ward 9D ... A previously unlinked case - a 47-year-old male Singaporean ...

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