Around S$140 million worth of COVID-19 vaccines have expired. Health Minister Ong Ye Kung described this as ‘insurance premium’, the price that Singapore is prepared to pay to stave of catastrophic consequences. The PAP Government realised early on during the pandemic, that vaccines were our safe exit from the pandemic. They decided to act early […]
Expired vaccines are an insurance premium we paid to stave off catastrophic consequences: Ong Ye Kung
The Government knew early on during the COVID-19 pandemic that vaccines would provide us with a safe exit from the pandemic. Hence the mass vaccination strategy. However, without sufficient doses of vaccines, our mass vaccination strategy would have been a non-starter, as Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said in Parliament. COVID-19 was a new virus. […]
No matter if they are admitted to B2 or C class wards in public hospitals, patients will be eligible for up to 80% in subsidies. You can afford it with generous government grants, insurance, and MediSave. This is not a meaningless statement. Many people have testified to it. Case 1 A prematurely born baby spent […]
All migrant workers living in dormitories, including those serving isolation in standalone blocks that serve as quarantine facilities, have been tested, MOM said in a joint statement with other government agencies. Good job! Steps are being taken to allow migrant workers to safely go back to work. [irp posts=”681″ name=”All Remaining Standalone Quarantine Facilities in […]
A Facebook post by Dr Lee Wei Ling revealed that she had been diagnosed with progressive supra-nuclear palsy. In its early stages, progressive supra-nuclear palsy is similar to Parkinson’s disease. Symptoms include slow physical movements, impaired vision and balance, resulting in a tendency to fall. Following this, there is a risk of choking, aspiration, pneumonia, […]
As the world’s scientists rush to develop the COVID-19 vaccines in a desperate bid to save lives and economies, Brad Bowyer claims that the narrative that ‘economies can only fully re-open when a vaccine is available’ is one of the biggest agenda-driven hoaxes in history. He calls this a ‘fear-mongering’ narrative. “People are not dying […]
There are people who work out of a need and there are people who work because they want to stay active and escape from the boredom of staying at home.
We don’t need to deny the second category of people in order to acknowledge and help the first.
We should not take away the right of the elderly to work to stay active if they are still fit to work – even if it is cleaning work.
What we need to do is to RESPECT them for the work that they do. You can do that by acknowledging their existence, thank them for the work they do. If not for them, you would not have a clean place to enjoy your food.
Hospitals in the Philippines have been overwhelmed by COVID-19 A total of 5000 cases were reported in the Philippines in just one day. Healthcare workers wrote to President Duterte: A letter written by healthcare workers said The health sector cannot hold the line for much longer We are waging a losing battle against Covid-19. Our […]
What is the best time to save for rainy days? Not when it is raining. The best time to save is when things are going well. You can never save enough because you never know how long it will take for a rainy day to arrive. It is tempting to dip into the coffers during […]